A lightweight dropdown banner for iOS 7+.
Create a banner using the designated initializer.
let banner = Banner(title: "Image Notification", subtitle: "Here's a great image notification.", image: UIImage(named: "Icon"), backgroundColor: UIColor(red:48.00/255.0, green:174.0/255.0, blue:51.5/255.0, alpha:1.000)) banner.dismissesOnTap = true banner.show(duration: 3.0)
If you want the banner to persist until you call
.dismiss(), leave the argument out of the call to
To run the example project, clone the repo, and run
pod install from the Example directory first.
Demo project requires iOS 8, though BRYXBanner works on iOS 7+.
To install it, simply add the following line to your Podfile:
If you need to support iOS 7, just copy
Banner.swift into your Xcode project.
Create a Cartfile in your project directory and add the following line.
carthage update from the command line. This will build the framework. The framework will be within
Add the framework to your project by going to your app's targets and selecting the General tab. Drag the built framework onto
Linked Frameworks and Libraries
Go to the Build Phases tab, click the
+ sign and add a new run script phase. Then add the following:
to the box under Shell. Finally click
+ to add a new input file. Replace the default with:
Now build and run. You're all set! More information on Carthage is available here.
Swift Package Manager integrates withj Xcode. To add BRYXBanner to your iOS project open your project in Xcode and select File > Swift Packages > Add Package Dependency and enter
[email protected]:bryx-inc/BRYXBanner.git in the search bar.
BRYXBanner is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.