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A Custom UIButton with Centralised Styling and common styles available in Interface Builder
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- Create main button view and a number of submenu buttons — both should be cast to
- Pass both to
FloatingButton(mainButtonView: mainButton, buttons: buttons)
- You may also pass a binding which will determine if the menu is currently open. You may use this to close the menu on any submenu button tap for example.
swift FloatingButton(mainButtonView: mainButton, buttons: buttons, isOpen: $isOpen)
.circle()to specify desired menu type.
Chain whatever you like afterwards. For example:
FloatingButton(mainButtonView: mainButton, buttons: textButtons) .straight() .direction(.top) .alignment(.left) .spacing(10) .initialOffset(x: -1000) .animation(.spring()) FloatingButton(mainButtonView: mainButton2, buttons: buttonsImage.dropLast()) .circle() .startAngle(3/2 * .pi) .endAngle(2 * .pi) .radius(70)
spacing - space between submenu buttons
initialScaling - size multiplyer for submenu buttons when the menu is closed
initialOffset - offset for submenu buttons when the menu is closed
initialOpacity - opacity for submenu buttons when the menu is closed
animation - custom SwiftUI animation like
delays - delay for each submenu button's animation start
Straight menu only options
direction - position of submenu buttons relative to main menu button
alignment - alignment of submenu buttons relative to main menu button
Circle only options
To try out the FloatingButton examples:
- Clone the repo
git clone [email protected]:exyte/FloatingButton.git.
- Open terminal and run
pod installto install all dependencies.
xed .to open project in the Xcode.
- Try it!
Drop FloatingButton.swift into your project.
- iOS 13+ / watchOS 13+ / tvOS 13+ / macOS 10.15+
- Xcode 11+
*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the FloatingButton README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.