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PinFieldView

Entering PIN codes made easy

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Installation

CocoaPods

Podfile:

pod 'PinFieldView'

And then

pod install

SwiftPM

Add the following line to your dependencies:

.package(url: "https://github.com/e-sites/PinFieldView.git", .upToNextMajor(from: "1.0.0"))

Implementation

You can either add your PinFieldView to a XIB or storyboard or you can add it programatically:

import PinFieldView
import UIKit

let entryView = PinFieldView(frame: CGRect(x: 10, y: 10, width: 300, height: 64))
entryView.sizeBehavior = .fixedWidth(64) // This will make all the entries equal sized
entryView.digits = 5 // 5 digit pin code
entryView.viewType = EntryView.self // it must enherit from PinFieldViewable and UIView
view.addSubview(entryView)

Make your own entry view item:

import UIKit

class EntryView: UILabel, PinFieldViewable {
	var digitValue: Int? {
        didSet {
            text = digitValue == nil ? nil : "*" // Place a * when the digit is entered
        }
    }

     convenience required init() {
        self.init(frame: CGRect.zero)
        layer.borderColor = UIColor.orange.cgColor
        backgroundColor = UIColor.darkGray
        textAlignment = .center
        textColor = UIColor.white
        font = UIFont.systemFont(ofSize: 30, weight: .semibold)
    }

    override public func becomeFirstResponder() -> Bool {
        layer.borderWidth = 2 // When the item is active, show the border
        return true
    }

    override public func resignFirstResponder() -> Bool {
        layer.borderWidth = 0 // When the item is inactive, hide the border
        return true
    }
}

Variables

|Variable|Type|Description| |----|---|----| |value|String|(Readonly) Returns the typed pincode (e.g. "12345")| |views|[PinFieldUIView]|(Readonly) The current entry item views, so you can use them as you like| |isFilled|Bool|(Readonly) Are all the entry fields filled in?| |digits|Int|The number of digits (Default: 4, Min: 1, Max: 10)| |sizeBehavior|SizeBehavior|See size behavior (Default: .spacing(10)| |viewType|PinFieldUIView.Type|See view types (Default: DefaultEntryType.self)|

Functions

|Function|Description| |----|--------| |func clear()|Clears all the entry fields|

Configuration

Size behavior

There are two options when it comes to the size of the digit views:

  1. Fixed width → SizeBehavior.fixedWidth(CGFloat)
  2. Fixed spacing → SizeBehavior.spacing(CGFloat)

View types

This is probably the most important part of this class, a view type will define how the individual digits entry fields will look like.
Create a new class that extends UIView and implements the PinFieldViewable protocol.

Within that class there are 3 important things you need to take care of

Highlighted state

becomeFirstResponder() will be called once the field is active, the code below will make the view's background orange when you need to enter a digit for that specific field.

override public func becomeFirstResponder() -> Bool {
    backgroundColor = UIColor.orange
    return true
}

Dropping highlighted state

resignFirstResponder() will be called once the field is not active anymore, the code below will make the view's background white again.

override public func resignFirstResponder() -> Bool {
    backgroundColor = UIColor.white
    return true
}

3. When the users enters (or removes) a digit

That is where the PinFieldViewable protocol comes in place, we need to implement var digitValue: Int?, so this view knows what digit the user entered. In this particular example the background will turn green once a number is entered, otherwise (defaults) to white.

var digitValue: Int? {
	didSet {
		backgroundColor = digitValue == nil ? UIColor.white : UIColor.green
	}
}

Above code will result in something like this:

import Foundation
import UIKit
import PinFieldView

public class DigitEntryView: UIView, PinFieldViewable {

    public var digitValue: Int? {
        didSet {
            backgroundColor = digitValue == nil ? UIColor.white : UIColor.green
        }
    }

    override public func becomeFirstResponder() -> Bool {
        backgroundColor = UIColor.orange
        return true
    }

    override public func resignFirstResponder() -> Bool {
        backgroundColor = UIColor.white
        return true
    }
}

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