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RxKeyboard

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RxKeyboard provides a reactive way of observing keyboard frame changes. Forget about keyboard notifications. It also perfectly works with UIScrollViewKeyboardDismissMode.interactive.

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Getting Started

RxKeyboard provides two Drivers.

/// An observable keyboard frame.
let frame: Driver<CGRect>

/// An observable visible height of keyboard. Emits keyboard height if the keyboard is visible
/// or `0` if the keyboard is not visible.
let visibleHeight: Driver<CGFloat>

/// Same with `visibleHeight` but only emits values when keyboard is about to show. This is
/// useful when adjusting scroll view content offset.
let willShowVisibleHeight: Driver<CGFloat>

Use RxKeyboard.instance to get singleton instance.

RxKeyboard.instance

Subscribe RxKeyboard.instance.frame to observe keyboard frame changes.

RxKeyboard.instance.frame
  .drive(onNext: { frame in
    print(frame)
  })
  .disposed(by: disposeBag)

Tips and Tricks

  • 🔗 I want to adjust UIScrollView's contentInset to fit keyboard height.

    RxKeyboard.instance.visibleHeight
      .drive(onNext: { keyboardVisibleHeight in
        scrollView.contentInset.bottom = keyboardVisibleHeight
      })
      .disposed(by: disposeBag)
    
  • 🔗 I want to adjust UIScrollView's contentOffset to fit keyboard height.

    RxKeyboard.instance.willShowVisibleHeight
      .drive(onNext: { keyboardVisibleHeight in
        scrollView.contentOffset.y += keyboardVisibleHeight
      })
      .disposed(by: disposeBag)
    
  • 🔗 I want to make UIToolbar move along with the keyboard in an interactive dismiss mode. (Just like the wonderful GIF above!)

    If you're not using Auto Layout:

    RxKeyboard.instance.visibleHeight
      .drive(onNext: { keyboardVisibleHeight in
        toolbar.frame.origin.y = self.view.frame.height - toolbar.frame.height - keyboardVisibleHeight
      })
      .disposed(by: disposeBag)
    

    If you're using Auto Layout, you have to capture the toolbar's bottom constraint and set constant to keyboard visible height.

    RxKeyboard.instance.visibleHeight
      .drive(onNext: { keyboardVisibleHeight in
        toolbarBottomConstraint.constant = -1 * keyboardVisibleHeight
      })
      .disposed(by: disposeBag)
    

    Note: In real world, you should use setNeedsLayout() and layoutIfNeeded() with animation block. See the example project for example.

  • Anything else? Please open an issue or make a Pull Request.

Dependencies

Requirements

  • Swift 4
  • iOS 8+

Contributing

In development, RxKeyboard manages dependencies with Swift Package Manager. Use the command below in order to generate a Xcode project file. Note that .xcodeproj file changes are not tracked via git.

$ swift package generate-xcodeproj

Installation

  • Using CocoaPods:

    pod 'RxKeyboard'
    
  • Using Carthage:

    binary "https://raw.githubusercontent.com/RxSwiftCommunity/RxKeyboard/master/RxKeyboard.json"
    

    ⚠️ With Carthage, RxKeyboard only supports binary installation:

    • 0.8.2
      • Xcode 9.3 (9E145)
      • Swift 4.1.0 (swiftlang-902.0.48 clang-902.0.37.1)
    • 0.7.1
      • Xcode 9.1 (9B55)
      • Swift 4.0.2 (swiftlang-900.0.69.2 clang-900.0.38)
    • 0.7.0
      • 9.0.1 (9A1004)
      • Swift 4.0 (swiftlang-900.0.65.2 clang-900.0.37)

License

RxKeyboard is under MIT license.

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Releases

0.8.3 - Jun 10, 2018

  • Support Xcode 9.4 and Swift 4.1.2

0.8.2 - Mar 30, 2018

  • Support Swift 4.1

0.8.1 - Dec 28, 2017

  • Fix a bug that willShowVisibleHeight emits a value when hiding a keyboard (#52, @cpwhidden)

0.8.0 - Dec 8, 2017

  • Add RxKeyboardType protocol (#50)
  • Add Xcode 9.2 support for Carthage

0.7.1 - Nov 1, 2017

  • Add Xcode 9.1 support for Carthage