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p-x9/KeyPathValue 0.0.1
🔑 Structure for assigning values using keypath
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🕓 29 weeks ago
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Structure for assigning values using keypath



Suppose we have the following model.

struct CALayerModel {
    var bounds: CGRect?
    var position: CGPoint?
    var frame: CGRect?

    var backgroundColor: CGColor?

    var cornerRadius: CGFloat?

    var borderWidth: CGFloat?
    var borderColor: CGColor?

Define propertyMap using ReferenceWritableKeyPathValueApplier

let propertyMap: [PartialKeyPath<CALayerModel>: ReferenceWritableKeyPathValueApplier<CALayer>] = [
        \.bounds: .init(\.bounds),
         \.position: .init(\.position),
         \.frame: .init(\.frame),
         \.backgroundColor: .init(\.backgroundColor),
         \.cornerRadius: .init(\.cornerRadius),
         \.borderWidth: .init(\.borderWidth),
         \.borderColor: .init(\.borderColor)

Can be assigned to an object using propertyMap.

extension CALayerModel {
    public func applyProperties(to target: CALayer) {
        Self.propertyMap.forEach { keyPath, applier in
            let value = self[keyPath: keyPath]
            applier.apply(value, target)


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29 weeks ago

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