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Last Update: 03/January/2020.

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✍️ About

✉️ Easy to use HUD component for iOS [activity report, success or warning messages, etc.]

📺 Demo

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🍱 Features

  • Easy to use
    • You only need to make a call to a function though MessageView class.
  • Flexible API
    • Includes a number of customization points that allows to decorate the MessageView as you'd like.
  • Styling
    • You may implement various visual styles by conforming to MessageViewBuilder protocol and supplying an instance of your style to configure method of MessageView class.
  • Behavior
    • You may tell the component to dismiss itself after a number of seconds or do it manually.
  • Autolayout
    • You don't need to do anything related to autolayout - the component properly handles everything.
  • customize icons
    • You can supply your own icon and programmatically set its color.

📚 Code Samples

Activity

Presents message with an activity indicator view. The intention behind this presentation is to report some long running task:

MessageView.showActivity(withMessage: "Please wait...", dismissAfter: 3.0)

Or you can omit the dismissAfter parameter and hide the MessageView manually by calling hide method:

MessageView.hide()

Success

Presents a success message. The intention behind this presentation is to report that something was successful or completed:

MessageView.showSuccess(withMessage: "Success!", dismissAfter: 2.25)

Warning

Presents a warning message. The intention behind this presentation is to report that something wasn't successful or failed:

MessageView.showWarning(withMessage: "Warning!", dismissAfter: 2.5)

Custom

Presents a custom image above the message. The intention behind this presentation style is defined by you, the developer. For instance we can present a failure MessageView by providing failureImage and the corresponding tintColor:

MessageView.showCustom(image: failureImage,
                              tintColor: .red,
                              withMessage: "Something went wrong",
                              dismissAfter: 2.8)

Message update

Message updates are used in order to refresh the text message inside a MessageView while it's presented on screen. It's useful is situations when a long running task is in progress and we need to report various stages of the progress:

MessageView.showActivity(withMessage: “Initializing the task...")

fetcher.fetch(data) { result in 
  MessageView.update(message: "Completed! Result is \(result)", dismissAfter: 3.0)
  handle(result)
}.progress { value in 
  MessageView.update(message: "Fetching: \(value)%")
}

Styles

There is a protocol called MessageViewBuilder that defines a number of properties. By creating your own version of style or by using one of the existing styles, you can customize the visuals of the component:

MessageView.configure(with: .dark)
MessageView.configure(with: .extraLight)
MessageView.configure(with: .default)

Or you can use an alternative configure method with your own version of style type:

public struct MessageViewNightStyleBuilder: MessageViewBuilder {
    public var activityIndicatorColor: UIColor                          = .init(red: 252 / 256, green: 0.0, blue: 0.0, alpha: 1.0)
    public var messageColor: UIColor                                    = .init(red: 71 / 256, green: 68 / 256, blue: 69 / 256, alpha: 1.0)
    public var messageFont: UIFont                                      = UIFont.systemFont(ofSize: 20)
    public var animationDuration: TimeInterval                          = 0.475
    public var loadingIndicatorSize: CGFloat                            = 55
    public var loadingIndicatorInitialTransform: CGAffineTransform      = CGAffineTransform(scaleX: 0.12, y: 0.12)
    public var successColor: UIColor                                    = .init(red: 0.0, green: 134 / 256, blue: 245 / 256, alpha: 1.0)
    public var warningColor: UIColor                                    = .init(red: 245 / 256, green: 0.0, blue: 0.0, alpha: 1.0)
    public var backgroundStyle: MessageView.BackgroundStyle             = .dark
}

MessageView.configure(with: MessageViewNightStyleBuilder())

Swift Package Manager

Xcode 11+

  1. Open MenuBarFileSwift PackagesAdd Package Dependency...
  2. Paste the package repository url https://github.com/jVirus/message-view-ui and hit Next.
  3. Select the installment rules.

After specifying which version do you want to install, the package will be downloaded and attached to your project.

Package.swift

If you already have a Package.swift or you are building your own package simply add a new dependency:

dependencies: [
    .package(url: "`https://github.com/jVirus/message-view-ui", from: "1.0.0")
]

Manual

You can always use copy-paste the sources method 😄. Or you can compile the framework and include it with your project.

👨‍💻 Author

Astemir Eleev

🔖 Licence

The project is available under MIT licence.

Github

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Releases

Initial release! - 2020-01-03 07:14:42