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iziz/libPhoneNumber-iOS
iOS port from libphonenumber (Google's phone number handling library)
.package(url: "https://github.com/iziz/libPhoneNumber-iOS.git", from: "1.0.2")

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libPhoneNumber for iOS

  • NBPhoneNumberUtil
  • NBAsYouTypeFormatter

ARC only

Update Log

https://github.com/iziz/libPhoneNumber-iOS/wiki/Update-Log

Issue

You can check phone number validation using below link. https://rawgit.com/googlei18n/libphonenumber/master/javascript/i18n/phonenumbers/demo-compiled.html

Please report, if the above results are different from this iOS library. Otherwise, please create issue to following link below to request additional telephone numbers formatting rule. https://github.com/google/libphonenumber/issues

Metadata in this library was generated from that. so, you should change it first. :)

Install

Using CocoaPods

source 'https://github.com/CocoaPods/Specs.git'
pod 'libPhoneNumber-iOS', '~> 0.8'
Installing libPhoneNumber Geocoding Features
pod 'libPhoneNumberGeocoding', :git => 'https://github.com/CocoaPods/Specs.git'

Using Carthage

Carthage is a decentralized dependency manager that automates the process of adding frameworks to your Cocoa application.

You can install Carthage with Homebrew using the following command:

$ brew update
$ brew install carthage

To integrate libPhoneNumber into your Xcode project using Carthage, specify it in your Cartfile:

github "iziz/libPhoneNumber-iOS"

And set the Embedded Content Contains Swift to "Yes" in your build settings.

Setting up manually

Add source files to your projects from libPhoneNumber - Add "CoreTelephony.framework"

See sample test code from

[libPhoneNumber-iOS/libPhoneNumberTests/ ... Test.m] (https://github.com/iziz/libPhoneNumber-iOS/tree/master/libPhoneNumberTests)

Usage - NBPhoneNumberUtil

 NBPhoneNumberUtil *phoneUtil = [NBPhoneNumberUtil sharedInstance];
 NSError *anError = nil;
 NBPhoneNumber *myNumber = [phoneUtil parse:@"6766077303"
                              defaultRegion:@"AT" error:&anError];
 if (anError == nil) {
     NSLog(@"isValidPhoneNumber ? [%@]", [phoneUtil isValidNumber:myNumber] ? @"YES":@"NO");

     // E164          : +436766077303
     NSLog(@"E164          : %@", [phoneUtil format:myNumber
                                       numberFormat:NBEPhoneNumberFormatE164
                                              error:&anError]);
     // INTERNATIONAL : +43 676 6077303
     NSLog(@"INTERNATIONAL : %@", [phoneUtil format:myNumber
                                       numberFormat:NBEPhoneNumberFormatINTERNATIONAL
                                              error:&anError]);
     // NATIONAL      : 0676 6077303
     NSLog(@"NATIONAL      : %@", [phoneUtil format:myNumber
                                       numberFormat:NBEPhoneNumberFormatNATIONAL
                                              error:&anError]);
     // RFC3966       : tel:+43-676-6077303
     NSLog(@"RFC3966       : %@", [phoneUtil format:myNumber
                                       numberFormat:NBEPhoneNumberFormatRFC3966
                                              error:&anError]);
 } else {
     NSLog(@"Error : %@", [anError localizedDescription]);
 }

 NSLog (@"extractCountryCode [%@]", [phoneUtil extractCountryCode:@"823213123123" nationalNumber:nil]);

 NSString *nationalNumber = nil;
 NSNumber *countryCode = [phoneUtil extractCountryCode:@"823213123123" nationalNumber:&nationalNumber];

 NSLog (@"extractCountryCode [%@] [%@]", countryCode, nationalNumber);
Output
2014-07-06 12:39:37.240 libPhoneNumberTest[1581:60b] isValidPhoneNumber ? [YES]
2014-07-06 12:39:37.242 libPhoneNumberTest[1581:60b] E164          : +436766077303
2014-07-06 12:39:37.243 libPhoneNumberTest[1581:60b] INTERNATIONAL : +43 676 6077303
2014-07-06 12:39:37.243 libPhoneNumberTest[1581:60b] NATIONAL      : 0676 6077303
2014-07-06 12:39:37.244 libPhoneNumberTest[1581:60b] RFC3966       : tel:+43-676-6077303
2014-07-06 12:39:37.244 libPhoneNumberTest[1581:60b] extractCountryCode [82]
2014-07-06 12:39:37.245 libPhoneNumberTest[1581:60b] extractCountryCode [82] [3213123123]

with Swift

Case (1) with Framework
import libPhoneNumberiOS
Case (2) with Bridging-Header
// Manually added
#import "NBPhoneNumberUtil.h"
#import "NBPhoneNumber.h"

// CocoaPods (check your library path)
#import "libPhoneNumber_iOS/NBPhoneNumberUtil.h"
#import "libPhoneNumber_iOS/NBPhoneNumber.h"

// add more if you want...
Case (3) with CocoaPods

import libPhoneNumber_iOS

- in swift class file
2.x
override func viewDidLoad() {
    super.viewDidLoad()

    guard let phoneUtil = NBPhoneNumberUtil.sharedInstance() else {
        return
    }

    do {
        let phoneNumber: NBPhoneNumber = try phoneUtil.parse("01065431234", defaultRegion: "KR")
        let formattedString: String = try phoneUtil.format(phoneNumber, numberFormat: .E164)

        NSLog("[%@]", formattedString)
    }
    catch let error as NSError {
        print(error.localizedDescription)
    }
}

Usage - NBAsYouTypeFormatter

 NBAsYouTypeFormatter *f = [[NBAsYouTypeFormatter alloc] initWithRegionCode:@"US"];
    NSLog(@"%@", [f inputDigit:@"6"]); // "6"
    NSLog(@"%@", [f inputDigit:@"5"]); // "65"
    NSLog(@"%@", [f inputDigit:@"0"]); // "650"
    NSLog(@"%@", [f inputDigit:@"2"]); // "650 2"
    NSLog(@"%@", [f inputDigit:@"5"]); // "650 25"
    NSLog(@"%@", [f inputDigit:@"3"]); // "650 253"

    // Note this is how a US local number (without area code) should be formatted.
    NSLog(@"%@", [f inputDigit:@"2"]); // "650 2532"
    NSLog(@"%@", [f inputDigit:@"2"]); // "650 253 22"
    NSLog(@"%@", [f inputDigit:@"2"]); // "650 253 222"
    NSLog(@"%@", [f inputDigit:@"2"]); // "650 253 2222"
    // Can remove last digit
    NSLog(@"%@", [f removeLastDigit]); // "650 253 222"

    NSLog(@"%@", [f inputString:@"16502532222"]); // 1 650 253 2222

libPhoneNumberGeocoding

For more information on libPhoneNumberGeocoding and its usage, please visit libPhoneNumberGeocoding for more information.

libPhoneNumberShortNumber

For more information on libPhoneNumberShortNumber and its usage, please visit libPhoneNumberShortNumber for more information.

Visit libphonenumber for more information or mail (zen.isis@gmail.com)

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Release Notes

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