StatusAlert is an iOS framework that displays status alerts similar to Apple's system self-hiding alerts. It is well suited for notifying user without interrupting user flow in iOS-like way.
It looks very similar to the alerts displayed in Podcasts, Apple Music and News apps.
- Apps Using StatusAlert
- System-like look and feel
- Reduce transparency mode support
- VoiceOver support
- Safe Areas support
- Universal (iPhone & iPad)
- Objective-C support
- Xcode 9.0 or later
- iOS 9.0 or later
- Swift 3.2 or later
To install StatusAlert using CocoaPods, add the following line to your
pod 'StatusAlert', '~> 0.10.0'
To install StatusAlert using Carthage, add the following line to your
github "LowKostKustomz/StatusAlert" ~> 0.10.0
Swift Package Manager
To install StatusAlert using Swift Package Manager add this to your dependencies in a
dependencies: [ .package(url: "https://github.com/LowKostKustomz/StatusAlert.git", .exact("0.10.0")) ]
You can also add this project:
- as git submodule;
- simply download and copy source files to your project.
StatusAlert is fully compatible with Objective-C. To import it to your project just add the following line:
Demo application is included in the
StatusAlert workspace. To run it clone the repo.
// Importing framework import StatusAlert // Creating StatusAlert instance let statusAlert = StatusAlert.instantiate(withImage: UIImage(named: "Some image name"), title: "StatusAlert title", message: "Message to show beyond title", canBePickedOrDismissed: isUserInteractionAllowed) // Presenting created instance statusAlert.showInKeyWindow()
All the alert components (
message) are optional, but at least one should be present. Otherwise
show()method will be ignored.
The alert must be presented only from the main thread, otherwise application will crash with an appropriate error.
Present alert with any set of image, title and message
Display alert anywhere you want, either on the top, in the center or at the bottom of the view, and with any offset.
You can customize a single alert's appearance via the
appearance property or for all alerts at once with
var titleFont: UIFont var messageFont: UIFont var tintColor: UIColor var backgroundColor: UIColor
Alert will hide itself after 2 seconds timeout.
You can also pass
canBePickedOrDismissed: true into
instantiate method. After that you will also be able to dismiss the alert manually by tap it and long tap the alert to delay dismissal.
Apps Using StatusAlert
Feel free to submit pull request if you are using this framework in your apps.
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2017-2018 LowKostKustomz firstname.lastname@example.org
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
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Help us keep the lights on
0.10.0 - Jan 8, 2018
common property, used by default by all alerts.
StatusAlert.Appearance.contentColor = UIColor.black
// contentColor was renamed to tintColor StatusAlert.Appearance.common.tintColor = UIColor.black
now can be set up with
appearance property of type
StatusAlert.Appearance. By default will be user
statusAlert.contentColor = UIColor.black
statusAlert.appearance.tintColor = UIColor.black
Vertical position offset
no longer can be passed as associated value to enum case. Instead, offset can be passed as parameter to
statusAlert.show(withVerticalPosition: .center(offset: 8)
statusAlert.show(withVerticalPosition: .center, offset: 8)
- Added Objective-C support;
- Added Swift 3.2 support;
- Added VoiceOver support;
0.9.4 - Dec 31, 2017
Added Swift Package Manager support.
0.9.3 - Dec 31, 2017
Added blur availability check and "Reduce transparency" mode support.
0.9.2 - Dec 9, 2017
- Added and fixed some comments
- Added iPad support
- Fixed title default font size
- Added Carthage support
- Updated README.md
0.9.1 - Dec 9, 2017
You should no longer call
prepare() method before showing
let statusAlert = StatusAlert .instantiate( withImage: UIImage(named: "Some image name"), title: "StatusAlert title", message: "Message to show beyond title", canBePickedOrDismissed: isUserInteractionAllowed) statusAlert.prepare() statusAlert .show(in: viewShowAlertIn, withVerticalPosition: .center(offset: 0))
let statusAlert = StatusAlert .instantiate( withImage: UIImage(named: "Some image name"), title: "StatusAlert title", message: "Message to show beyond title", canBePickedOrDismissed: isUserInteractionAllowed) // prepare() method called automatically before showing statusAlert .show(in: viewShowAlertIn, withVerticalPosition: .center(offset: 0))