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Open-Bytes/SwiftUIFormValidator 1.0.3
Declarative form validator for SwiftUI.
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🕓 4 weeks ago
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.package(url: "https://github.com/Open-Bytes/SwiftUIFormValidator.git", from: "1.0.3")

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Simple and clean approach to form validation


Introducing a clean, simple, and customizable approach to declarative form validation in SwiftUI. With our solution, you can easily validate user input and provide feedback in real-time, all while maintaining a sleek and intuitive user interface.

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Table of contents

:zap: Usage

Basic Setup

  // 1 

import FormValidator

class ExampleForm: ObservableObject {
    // 2
    var manager = FormManager(validationType: .immediate)

    // 3
    @FormField(validator: NonEmptyValidator(message: "This field is required!"))
    var firstName: String = ""

    // 4
    lazy var firstNameValidation = _firstName.validation(manager: manager)

struct ContentView: View {
    @ObservedObject var form = ExampleForm()
    @State var isSaveDisabled = true

    var body: some View {
        TextField("First Name", text: $form.firstName)
                .validation(form.firstNameValidation) // 5

  private func validateForm() {
    let valid = form.manager.triggerValidation()
    // Validation result.
    print("Form valid: \(valid)")

    // Another way for checking validation.
    print("Is all valid: \(form.manager.isAllValid())")

    // Check if all fields have text. This is not validation check.
    print("Is all filled: \(form.manager.isAllFilled())")

    // Get an array with all validation messages.
    print("All validation messages array: \(form.manager.validationMessages)")

    // Get error messages as string, separated with a new line.
    print("All validation messages string: \(form.manager.errorsDescription())")

  • Import FormValidator.
import FormValidator
  • Declare FormManager
var manager = FormManager(validationType: .immediate)

FormManager is a powerful class for controlling form validation in your application. It allows you to trigger validation and listen to changes in the form, and gives you the flexibility to control how and when validation is shown to the user.

  • Specify the data type and validation rules for the input field
@FormField(validator: NonEmptyValidator(message: "This field is required!"))
var firstName: String = ""

The annotation @FormField along with a validator can be used to declare the field to be validated:

  • To specify validation for a TextField in a view, use .validation() modifier.
TextField("First Name", text: $form.firstName)

Congratulations! Your field has now been validated. It's concise and simple!


Validator Description
CompositeValidator To combine multiple validators together into a single validator.
CountValidator.swift To validate whether a string is matching a spcecific length
NonEmptyValidator To validate whether a string is empty or blank
EmailValidator To validate if an email is valid
DateValidator To validate if a date falls within a range of dates
PatternValidator To validate if a pattern is matched
InlineValidator To validate if a condition is valid inline
PasswordValidator To validate if a password is valid
PasswordMatchValidator To validate if two password fields match each other and/or match a specific pattern
PrefixValidator To validate if a text has a prefix
SuffixValidator To validate if a text has a suffix

Custom Validators

To add custom validation logic to your form, you can conform to the Validatable or StringValidator protocols depending on the type of data you want to validate.

The Validatable protocol is used to validate any type of data, such as numbers, strings or dates.

The StringValidator protocol is used to validate string data, such as email addresses or passwords.

By adding custom validators that conform to these protocols, you can create highly specific and tailored validation logic that meets the unique needs of your form and its users.

Customizing the error view

To create a customized error view, simply add the custom view to validation modifier. This will allow you to tailor the error messages to your specific needs and provide a more user-friendly experience.

TextField("City", text: $form.city)
        .validation(form.cityValidation) { message in
                    .font(.system(size: 14))

Inline Validation

If you need to perform quick validations, the InlineValidator can be a useful validator. It allows you to define your validation logic directly in the code, making it easy to write and maintain. Simply add @FormField(inlineValidator:) annotation and define your validation rules inline to quickly and efficiently validate the input field.

@FormField(inlineValidator: { value in
    guard value > 0 else {
        return "Age can not be ≤ 0"
    guard value <= 50 else {
        return "Age can not be > 50"
    return nil
var age: Int = 0

Validation Types

When using FormManager, you have the flexibility to choose between three different validation types based on your needs.

  • If you want to immediately validate user input as they are entering it, use FormManager(validationType: .immediate).

  • If you want to validate the entire form after the user has finished entering all the data, use FormManager(validationType: .deferred).

To initiate validation in this scenario, you need to call FormManager.triggerValidation(). This will trigger validation for all input fields in the form, based on the validation rules you have defined. Make sure to call this method at an appropriate time, such as when the user submits the form or when they have finished entering all the required data.

  • If you want to perform validation silently in the background without displaying any error messages to the user, use FormManager(validationType: .silent).

After triggering validation with FormManager.triggerValidation(), you can access the validation messages using FormManager.validationMessages(). It is important to note that displaying these messages to the user is your responsibility as the developer. You can choose to display the messages in a variety of ways, such as displaying them in a modal window. The goal is to provide clear and helpful feedback to the user so they can correct any errors and successfully submit the form.

Triggering Validation

To initiate form validation at any time, you can simply call the FormManager.triggerValidation() method.

React to Validation Change

If you need to react to changes in the validation status of your form, you can use the FormManager.$allValid and FormManager.$validationMessages properties.

The FormManager.$allValid property is a boolean value that indicates whether all fields in the form currently contain valid data. You can observe changes to this property to perform actions such as enabling or disabling the form's submit button based on its validation status. The FormManager.$validationMessages property is an array of error messages.

By reacting to these validation status changes, you can create a more dynamic and responsive user experience that helps guide the user towards successfully submitting the form.

.onReceive(form.manager.$allValid) { isValid in
    self.isSaveDisabled = !isValid
        .onReceive(form.manager.$validationMessages) { messages in

:tada: Installation

Swift Package Manager

Xcode Projects

Select File -> Swift Packages -> Add Package Dependency and enter https://github.com/Open-Bytes/SwiftUIFormValidator.git.

Swift Package Manager Projects

You can add SwiftUIFormValidator as a package dependency in your Package.swift file:

let package = Package(
        dependencies: [
            .package(url: "https://github.com/Open-Bytes/SwiftUIFormValidator.git", .upToNextMajor(from: "1.0.0"))

From there, refer to SwiftUIFormValidator in target dependencies:

targets: [
            name: "YourLibrary",
            dependencies: [
                .product(name: "FormValidator", package: "SwiftUIFormValidator"),
    // ...

Then simply import SwiftUIFormValidator wherever you’d like to use the library.


Use the following entry in your Podfile:

pod 'SwiftUIFormValidator'

Then run pod install.


Accio is a dependency manager based on SwiftPM which can build frameworks for iOS/macOS/tvOS/watchOS. Therefore the integration steps of SwiftUIFormValidator are exactly the same as described above. Once your Package.swift file is configured, run accio update instead of swift package update.

Don't forget to add import FormValidator to use the framework.


Carthage users can point to this repository and use generated SwiftUIFormValidator framework.

Make the following entry in your Cartfile:

github "ShabanKamell/SwiftUIFormValidator"

Then run carthage update.

If this is your first time using Carthage in the project, you'll need to go through some additional steps as explained over at Carthage.


Validation with SwiftUI & Combine

:clap: Contribution

We welcome all Pull Requests (PRs) to help improve this library and appreciate any contributions towards making it better. To ensure a smooth contribution process, please follow these guidelines:

  • Ensure that your PR addresses an existing issue or proposes a new feature that is aligned with the library's goals.
  • Before submitting a PR, please check to make sure that your changes do not introduce any new bugs or conflicts with existing code.
  • Include a clear and concise description of your changes in your PR, along with any relevant documentation or tests.
  • Be responsive to feedback and review comments from the maintainers and community members.

Thank you for your interest in contributing to our library and helping us make it better!


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