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tyagishi/SDSCustomView 3.5.0
convenient view collection for SwiftUI
⭐️ 2
🕓 5 days ago
iOS macOS
.package(url: "https://github.com/tyagishi/SDSCustomView.git", from: "3.5.0")

SDSCustomView

convenience view collection every view is already used for app but basically all views are under develop for improvement.

EditableText/EditableValue

initially Text but it will become TextField with click.

option: indirectEdit

Useful for textField in List, otherwise updating List (comes from updating binding data) will take a way focus from TextField Note: in indirectEdit-mode, need to have "return" or "loose focus" to apply input to binding

struct ContentView: View {
    @State private var text = "Hello"
    @State private var texts = ["Hello", "World"]
    var body: some View {
        VStack {
            EditableText(value: $text)
            List($texts, id: \.self) { $text in
                EditableText(value: $text)
                    .indirectEdit()
            }
        }
        .padding()
    }
}

EditableToken/TokenField/TokenView

initially token view but it will become TokenField with click note: EditableToken is not implemented yet

struct ContentView: View {
    @State private var selectedTokens: [String] = []
    @State private var tokens = ["Hello", "World"]
    var body: some View {
        VStack {
            let getSet = (getter: {
                return selectedTokens
            }, setter: { (newNames: [String]) in
                selectedTokens = newNames
            })
            TokenField(getSet: getSet, selectableTokens: tokens))
        }
        .padding()
    }
}

AsyncView

View will display data which will be delivered later (then might be updated via Publisher)

import SwiftUI
import Combine
import SDSCustomView

struct ContentView: View {
    let updateProvider = PassthroughSubject<Int,Never>()

    var body: some View {
        VStack {
            AsyncView(content: { (value: Int) in
                Text(String(value))
            }, placeholder: {
                ProgressView()
            }, dataProvider: {
                return await longCalc()
            }, updateProvider: updateProvider.eraseToAnyPublisher())
            Button(action: {
                updateProvider.send((1...10).randomElement()!)
            }, label: { Text("Random") })
        }
    }
    
    func longCalc() async -> Int {
        // after long calculation
        try? await Task.sleep(for: .seconds(3))
        return 2
    }
}

StatefulButton

LongPressableButton

TableView

currently only for macOS

FixedWidthLabel

Sometimes we want to have fixed-width label"s" those have same width. Usually we don't mind width value itself, but want to align leading/center/traiing in same width.

looks like following.

FixedWidthLabel

You can easily achieve above layout with

VStack {
  FixedWidthLabel("123",widthFor: "0000").alignment(.trailing)
  FixedWidthLabel(  "1",widthFor: "0000").alignment(.trailing)
}

basically above is equivalent with following.

VStack {
    Text("0000")
      .hidden()
      .overlay(
         Text("123")
         .frame(maxWidth: .infinity, alignment: .trainling)
      )
    Text("0000")
      .hidden()
      .overlay(
         Text("1")
         .frame(maxWidth: .infinity, alignment: .trainling)
      )
}

Just for reducing boilerplates.

Note: it is NOT ultimately fixed width label. in case user modify their text size setting, label width would be affected.

obsoleted

  • HierarchicalReorderableForEach (OutlineView with Drag&Drop support, pure SwiftUI)
  • ChartView (pure SwiftUI) (will be obosleted soon)
  • OutlineView (based on AppKit)
  • TableView (based on AppKit)

GitHub

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Stars: 2
Last commit: 5 days ago
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