SwiftUI implementation of the SAP Fiori for iOS Design Language
This project is the SwiftUI implementation of the SAP Fiori for iOS Design Language, and is meant to augment and in some cases replace the UIKit-based implementation contained in the SAPFiori framework of the SAP BTP SDK for iOS.
This project currently contains four modules:
All Fiori Colors are dynamic colors, which means they will adjust based on iOS Appearance settings (Light/Dark). Accessing Fiori Color using
72 is a SAP patent typeface that delivers great reading experience to our users. You can get these fonts using
Font.fioriCondensed(forTextStyle:). Note that these fonts support Dynamic Type out of the box. If you want the fonts with fixed size, use
Custom fonts need to be loaded and registered during App's runtime. Make sure you call
This module contains SwiftUI implementation for those UIKit-based components existing in SAPFiori. It provides you with an easy way to migrate your UIKit project to SwiftUI while delivering the same experience as before.
We plan to progressively bring more Fiori UI components into this module in the future releases. Check the table below for the components that are currectly available and those in the roadmap.
Refer to this document for different ways of initializing the component.
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The FioriCharts module replaces the RoambiChartKit charting library which was already embedded in SAPFiori. Migrating to SwiftUI gives the ability to easily add new chart components (donut, bullet, stocks, etc.) while modernizing the existing supported charts with pinch-to-zoom, pan, and new design features.
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The API is designed for backwards compatibility to the existing SAPFiori charting APIs, but is optimized for SwiftUI.
The FioriIntegrationCards module is a native SwiftUI renderer for the UI5 Integration Cards. These types of cards are common in UI5 dashboard and overview page user contexts. In native iOS apps, we are focusing initially on the dashboard use case, and also considering Cards as ideal for Annotation-style views--in maps, or AR experiences.
The package is intended for consumption via Swift Package Manager.
File > Swift Packages > Add Package Dependency...tab, then add the repository URL.
In both cases, xcodebuild tooling will manage cloning and updating the repository to your app or framework project.
Three products are exposed by the
FioriSwiftUI as umbrella product will contain everything the package has to offer in the future.
If you are concerned about bundle size you can use either one of the individual products FioriCharts or FioriIntegrationCards
FioriIntegrationCards is still in experimental stage, and should not yet be used productively.
Several functional limitations exist at present, which are planned for resolution in future releases. Please check the Issues tab for an up-to-date view of the backlog and issue status.
Key gaps which are present at time of open-source project launch:
Support for the modules is provided through this open-source repository. Please file Github Issues for any issues experienced, or questions.
When SAPFiori integrates FioriCharts productively, customers should continue to report issues through OSS for SLA tracking. However, developers may also report chart-related issues directly into the Github Issues; SAP will mirror FioriCharts-related issues reported through OSS into Github Issues.
If you want to contribute, please check the Contribution Guidelines
Functionality can be further explored with a demo app which is already part of this package (
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