A Swift helper for generating Sunrise and Sunset times.
Solar performs its calculations locally using an algorithm from the United States Naval Observatory, and thus does not require the use of a network.
Solar simply needs a date and a location specified as a latitude and longitude:
let solar = Solar(for: someDate, coordinate: CLLocationCoordinate2D(latitude: 51.528308, longitude: -0.1340267)) let sunrise = solar?.sunrise let sunset = solar?.sunset
We can also omit providing a date if we just need the sunrise and sunset for the current date and time:
let solar = Solar(coordinate: CLLocationCoordinate2D(latitude: 51.528308, longitude: -0.1340267)) let sunrise = solar?.sunrise let sunset = solar?.sunset
Note that all dates are UTC. Don't forget to format your date into the appropriate timezone if required.
There are several types of sunrise and sunset that Solar generates. They differ by how many degrees the sun lies below the horizon:
Civil (6° below horizon)
Nautical (12° below horizon)
Astronomical (18° below horizon)
For more information, see https://www.timeanddate.com/astronomy/different-types-twilight.html
Solar also comes packaged with some convenience methods:
// Whether the location specified by the `latitude` and `longitude` is in daytime on `date` let isDaytime = solar.isDaytime // Whether the location specified by the `latitude` and `longitude` is in nighttime on `date` let isNighttime = solar.isNighttime
Solar is available through CocoaPods, Carthage, and Swift Package Manager.
To include Solar in an application, add the following pod to your Podfile, then run
pod "Solar-dev", "~> 3.0"
To include Solar in another pod, add the following dependency to your podspec:
s.dependency "Solar", "~> 3.0"
ceek/Solar project to your Cartfile, then follow the rest of Carthage’s XCFramework installation instructions:
github "ceeK/Solar" ~> 3.0
To include Solar in an application in Xcode:
https://github.com/ceeK/Solar.gitas the package repository and click Next.
3.0.0as the minimum version requirement. Click Next.
To include Solar in another Swift package, add the following dependency to your Package.swift:
.package(name: "Solar", url: "https://github.com/ceeK/Solar.git", from: "3.0.0")
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Copyright (c) 2016-2021 Chris Howell
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|Last commit: 1 year ago|
The only change since v3.0.0 fixes an issue for applications that install the
Solar-dev pod from CocoaPods trunk. You no longer have to import a
Solar-dev module; the module is named
Solar regardless of installation method.
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