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Programming language: Swift
Tags: UI    
Latest version: v1.0.0

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Partition Kit

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What is PartitionKit?

  • It is the solution to the need for composable and dynamically sized user interface content in SwiftUI.
  • also the first piece of software I have ever made into a library so please be gentle(both with use cases and with my heart).

What PartitionKit is not ?

  • PartitionKit is not a means to work with an form of stored data, this is not for partitioning hard drives or any other type of formattable data drive.

Requirements

PartitionKit as a default requires the SwiftUI Framework to be operational, as such only these platforms are supported:

  • macOS 10.15 or Greater
  • iOS 13 or Greater
  • tvOS 13 or Greater
  • watchOS 6 or Greater

How To Add To Your Project

  1. Snag that URL from the github repo
  2. In Xcode -> File -> Swift Packages -> Add Package Dependencies
  3. Paste the URL Into the box
  4. Specify the minimum version number (This is new so 1.0.0 and greater will work).

Less Than 2 Minute Tutorial Video

Tutorial Video: How To Use PartitionKit

How To Use

Vertical Partition

  1. Decide on what view you would like to have on Top, which you would like to have on the Bottom and optionally a Handle to be used to drag the partitions to different sizes.
  2. Do This Swift VPart(top: { MyTopView() }, bottom: { MyBottomView() }) { MyHandle() }

Horizontal Partition

  1. Decide on what view you would like to have on Left, which you would like to have on the Right and optionally a Handle to be used to drag the partitions to different sizes.
  2. Do This Swift HPart(left: { MyLeftView() }, right: { MyRightView() }) { MyHandle() }

GridPartition

  1. Decide on what Views will go in each corner TopLeft, TopRight, BottomLeft, BottomRight and optionally a Handle for the user to drag and resize the views with.
  2. Do this Swift GridPart(topLeft: { MyTopLeftView() }, topRight: { MyTopRightView() }, bottomLeft: { MyBottomLeftView() }, bottomRight: { MyBottomRightView() }) { MyHandle() }

Examples

Copy and Paste this I have added Named pictures for how the views should look, Im using dark mode so light mode colors may look different.

HPart VPart GridPart NestGrids Mixed
HPart VPart GridPart Nested Grid Mixed
import SwiftUI
import PartitionKit



struct ContentView: View {
    var vExample: some View {
        VPart(top: {
            RoundedRectangle(cornerRadius: 25).foregroundColor(.purple)
        }) {
            Circle().foregroundColor(.yellow)
        }
    }

    var hExample: some View {
        HPart(left: {
            RoundedRectangle(cornerRadius: 10).foregroundColor(.blue)
        }) {
            Circle().foregroundColor(.orange)
        }
    }

    var nestedExample: some View {
        VPart(top: {
            hExample
        }) {
            vExample
        }
    }

    var gridExample: some View {
        GridPart(topLeft: {
            RoundedRectangle(cornerRadius: 25).foregroundColor(.purple)
        }, topRight: {
            Circle().foregroundColor(.yellow)
        }, bottomLeft: {
            Circle().foregroundColor(.green)
        }) {
            RoundedRectangle(cornerRadius: 25).foregroundColor(.blue)
        }
    }

    var nestedGridsExample: some View {
        GridPart(topLeft: {
            gridExample
        }, topRight: {
            gridExample
        }, bottomLeft: {
            gridExample
        }) {
            gridExample
        }
    }

    var body: some View {
        nestedExample

    }
}


struct ContentView_Previews: PreviewProvider {
    static var previews: some View {
        ContentView()
    }
}

Todo

  • Add in constraints so that partitions will not cause negative frame values that invert the views when the handle is dragged beyond the frame of the container
  • Add more customizability to initial layouts
  • Add a List Style grid collection layout that can be initiated with a list of Identifiable data elements.
  • General cleanup, some stuff was not meant to be left in, i will find it at some point.