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BottomSheet lets you add custom bottom sheets to your SwiftUI apps.
.package(url: "https://github.com/danielsaidi/BottomSheet.git", from: "0.1.0")


Version Platform Swift 5.3 MIT License Twitter: @danielsaidi

About BottomSheet

BottomSheet makes it easy to add custom bottom sheets to your SwiftUI apps.

The result can look like this...or completely different:

These sheets have a default style, but can be customized to fit your specific app.


Swift Package Manager



pod DSBottomSheet

How does it work

BottomSheet contains a BottomSheet SwiftUI view, that can be created with an isExpanded binding, a minHeight and maxHeight and a style.

let sheet = BottomSheet(
    isExpanded: $isSheetExpanded,
    minHeight: .points(100)
    maxHeight: .available
    style: .standard

Once you have a sheet view, you can add it to any view, using the bottomSheet modifier:

List(items) { item
   HStack { item.name }

The sheet will be added above the view and docked to the bottom. The sheet can now be either swiped up or expanded and collapsed by tapping the handle.


BottomSheet is created with a minHeight and maxHeight, which are BottomSheetHeight enums with these cases:

  • available - the total available height
  • percentage - a percentage of the total available height
  • points - a fixed number of points

You can set these to control how tall your sheet can become and how much it can collapse. You can change these properties at any time.


BottomSheet is created with a style, which is a BottomSheetStyle with these properties:

  • color - the color of the sheet
  • cornerRadius - the corner radius of the sheet
  • modifier - the modifier to apply to the sheet
  • snapRatio - the percent of the max height, after which the sheet slides to the full height
  • handleStyle - the bottom sheet's handle style

You can define your own bottom sheet and ottom sheet handle styles and apply them when creating a sheet.


This library uses resource-based colors, which aren't available to SwiftUI previews outside of this library.

Make sure to always use the .preview style when previewing a sheet.

Demo app

This repo contains a basic demo app that demonstrates how to use the bottom sheet.

Just open the Demo project and run the app.


This library is based on this amazing gist by @mecid. It would not have been made without him, so big thanks for putting that gist out into the world.

Contact me

Feel free to reach out if you have questions or if you want to contribute in any way:


BottomSheet is available under the MIT license. See LICENSE file for more info.


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Release Notes

6 weeks ago

This is the first public release of BottomSheet.

Check out the readme and the demo app for information about how to use it.

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