This framework adds a single initializer on the OS-specific color class to create a color from HSLuv parameters. The initializer takes the same parameters on both macOS and iOS.
// macOS let color = NSColor(hue: 360.0, saturation: 100.0, lightness: 100.0, alpha: 1.0) // iOS let color = UIColor(hue: 360.0, saturation: 100.0, lightness: 100.0, alpha: 1.0)
This project is compatible with Swift Package Manager, CocoaPods and Carthage. (These instructions assume that your chosen method is already installed.)
Swift Package Manager
As of version 2.1.0, you can use the Swift Package Manager as integration method. If you want to use the Swift Package Manager as integration method, either use Xcode to add the package dependency or add the following dependency to your Package.swift:
.package(url: "https://github.com/hsluv/hsluv-swift.git", from: "2.1.0"),
pod 'HSLuvSwift' to your target. Since this is a Swift dynamic framework, you must also tell CocoaPods to
use_frameworks! instead of static libraries.
platform :ios, '10.0' # or, :osx, '10.10' use_frameworks! target 'YourProject' do pod 'HSLuvSwift', '~> 2.0.0' end
github "hsluv/hsluv-swift" ~> 2.0.0 to your Cartfile and run
carthage bootstrap. This builds frameworks for Mac and iOS targets.
> echo 'github "hsluv/hsluv-swift" ~> 2.0.0' >> Cartfile > carthage bootstrap
- Finish HPLuv implementation
- Improve tests and add continuous integration testing
- Add usage documentation