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timdubbins/Sliders 1.0.2
A collection of sliders for SwiftUI. Includes range and round sliders.
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🕓 2 weeks ago
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.package(url: "https://github.com/timdubbins/Sliders.git", from: "1.0.2")


Current version: 1.0.2 [Download]

A collection of custom sliders for SwiftUI.

  • RoundSlider gives you a slider that acts as a dial or knob.
  • RangeSlider lets you select a range using a slider with two thumbs.


Getting Started

To use Sliders in a project, add this descriptor to the dependencies list in your Package.swift file:

.package(url: "https://github.com/timdubbins/sliders", .exact("1.0.2")) 

Alternatively, in Xcode, go to:

File > Add Packages...

and enter


as the package URL.



@State private var myValue = 30.0
@State private var isEditing = false

var body: some View {
        value: $myValue,
        in: 10...70,
        displayBounds: 0...10,
        color: .green) {
            isEditing = $0


@State private var lowValue = 0.0
@State private var highValue = 10.0
@State private var onEditing = false

var body: some View {
    VStack {
            lowValue: $lowValue,
            highValue: $highValue,
            in: 0...10
            showDifferenceOnEditing: true) {
                onEditing = $0
            .foregroundColor(onEditing ? .red : .green)

Happy coding!


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Last commit: 1 week ago
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Release Notes

Sliders 1.0.2
2 weeks ago

The sliders now use generic binary floating point types. This means you can use them with any floating point data (Float, Double, CGFloat, etc).

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