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Programming language: Swift
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Latest version: v1.5.0

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README

[OnboardKit](Assets/banner.png)

Swift 5.0 Version License Carthage compatible Twitter

OnboardKit

Customizable user onboarding for your UIKit app in Swift

Requirements

  • Swift 5.0
  • Xcode 10
  • iOS 11.0+

Installation

Carthage

github "NikolaKirev/OnboardKit"

CocoaPods

use_frameworks!

# Latest release in CocoaPods
pod 'OnboardKit'

# Get the latest on master
pod 'OnboardKit', :git => 'https://github.com/NikolaKirev/OnboardKit.git', :branch => 'master'

Don't forget to import OnboardKit in the file you intend to use it.

Usage

  1. Create and populate a bunch of OnboardPage instances swift let page = OnboardPage(title: "Welcome to OnboardKit", imageName: "Onboarding1", description: "OnboardKit helps you add onboarding to your iOS app")
  2. Create an OnboardViewController swift let onboardingViewController = OnboardViewController(pageItems: [pageOne, ...])
  3. Present the view controller swift onboardingViewController.presentFrom(self, animated: true) (use this convenience method to make sure you present it modally)

Customization

[Custom examples](Assets/custom_examples.png)

Customizing Fonts and Colors

You can customize the look of your onboarding by changing the default colors and fonts.

  1. Initialize an AppearanceConfiguration instance with the desired custom style properties swift let appearance = AppearanceConfiguration(tintColor: .orange, titleColor: .red, textColor: .white, backgroundColor: .black, imageContentMode: .scaleAspectFit, titleFont: UIFont.boldSystemFont(ofSize: 32.0), textFont: UIFont.boldSystemFont(ofSize: 17.0))
  2. Pass the AppearanceConfiguration instance as a parameter when initialising an OnboardViewController swift let onboardingVC = OnboardViewController(pageItems: onboardingPages, appearanceConfiguration: appearance)
List of customizable properties:
  • tintColor - used for tinting the advance and action buttons
  • titleColor - used to set title color (textColor is used if not specified)
  • textColor - used to set description text color
  • backgroundColor - used to set view background color
  • imageContentMode - used to set the content mode of page imageViews
  • titleFont - used to set the title font (used for the action button font as well)
  • textFont - used to set the description text font (used for the advance button font as well)
  • advanceButtonStyling - a block used to customize the advance button
  • actionButtonStyling - a block used to customize the action button

Customizing Buttons

To customize the style of the advance and action buttons on each page of the onboarding flow, you can use a ButtonStyling closure.

  1. Create the closure swift let advanceButtonStyling: OnboardViewController.ButtonStyling = { button in button.setTitleColor(UIColor.lightGray, for: .normal) button.titleLabel?.font = UIFont.systemFont(ofSize: 16.0, weight: .semibold) }
  2. Pass the closure in the AppearanceConfiguration initializer swift let appearance = OnboardViewController.AppearanceConfiguration(tintColor: .orange, advanceButtonStyling: advanceButtonStyling)

Author

Nikola Kirev

License

OnboardKit is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.


*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the OnboardKit README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.