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mark-kebo/FlexiTooltipView 1.0.0
Package for custom tooltips in your application
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.package(url: "https://github.com/mark-kebo/FlexiTooltipView.git", from: "1.0.0")

Flexi Tooltip View

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Package for custom tooltips in your application

Example 1 Example 2 Example 3 Example 4 Example 5


Flexi Tooltip View support Swift Package Manager.

Swift Package Manager

// swift-tools-version:5.1

import PackageDescription

let package = Package(
  name: "YourTestProject",
  platforms: [
  dependencies: [
    .package(name: "FlexiTooltipView", url: "https://github.com/mark-kebo/FlexiTooltipView", from: "1.0.0")
  targets: [
    .target(name: "YourTestProject", dependencies: ["FlexiTooltipView"])

And then import wherever needed: import FlexiTooltipView

Adding it to an existent iOS Project via Swift Package Manager

  1. Using Xcode 11 go to File > Swift Packages > Add Package Dependency
  2. Paste the project URL: https://github.com/mark-kebo/FlexiTooltipView
  3. Click on next and select the project target
  4. Don't forget to set DEAD_CODE_STRIPPING = NO in your Build Settings (https://bugs.swift.org/plugins/servlet/mobile#issue/SR-11564)

If you have doubts, please, check the following links:

How to use

Creating Swift Packages

After successfully retrieved the package and added it to your project, just import FlexiTooltipView and you can get the full benefits of it.

Usage example

Setup configuration and show tooltip controller:

import FlexiTooltipView

let tooltipItems: [FlexiTooltipItemProtocol] = [
                    FlexiTooltipImageItem(image: UIImage(named: "test-image"), 
                                          imageSize: CGSize(width: 64, height: 64)),
                    FlexiTooltipTextItem(text: attributtedTitle(text: "Test", weight: .light), 
                                         image: UIImage(named: "test-image")),
                    FlexiTooltipActionsItem(firstAction: FlexiTooltipActionItem(title: attributtedTitle(text: "cancel", weight: .regular),
                                                                                backgroundColor: .systemYellow,
                                                                                completion: { [weak self] in
                                                                                    //Some action
                                            secondAction: nil,
                                            alignment: .trailing)
var config = FlexiTooltipConfiguration()
config.arrowHeight = 16
config.isNeedShadow = true
config.isTooltipClosable = true
config.topAction = FlexiTooltipActionItem(title: attributtedTitle(text: "Close", weight: .regular),
                                          backgroundColor: .gray) { [weak self] in
    //Some top action
config.highlightedViews = [button1, button]
let controller = FlexiTooltipViewController(params: FlexiTooltipParams(tooltipItems: tooltipItems,
                                                                       targetView: button,
                                                                       configuration: config))
controller.present(in: navigationController)


You must to set targetView in FlexiTooltipParams. This is exactly the view to which the tooltip will be attached. Also if you need highlight some views, you can use highlightedViews in FlexiTooltipConfiguration.


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