SwiftUIKit adds functionality to
SwiftUI, both things that most probably will be part of the SwiftUI in the next upcoming versions, as well as custom useful functionality.
You can read more about the different parts of
SwiftUIKit in separate readmes:
As things that exist in this library are added to
SwiftUI, the corresponding functionality in this library will be deprecated and refer to those new features.
This project contains a demo app that shows all available system blur styles. To run the demo app, just open and run the
Swift Package Manager
Note that you have to import
import DSSwiftUIKit if you add it with CocoaPods. The name
SwiftUIKit was (not surprising) already taken.
Having a big "kit" is a bad idea, since it may become too generic and hard to overview. For instance, if I want a SwiftUI toast, I'm not going to dig around in SwiftUIKit for one, but rather use the best single-purpose toast library.
The GitHub stars confirm this as well. Many years ago, I started putting reusable iOS functionality into a library I call iExtra. I think it's an amazing library and I use it in most of my apps. To this day, it has 12 stars.
However, each project comes with overhead. If I decided to create a new library for each little thing I make, I'd spend a lot of time setting up each new project. There are funny names to come up with, icons and logos to be made, maintenance etc.
SO instead of honoring every little idea with a new library, I'm going to put most here until they are either too large or too good to be a part of this library. When that happens, they'll break out of their little cage and move into a library of their own.
Feel free to reach out if you have questions or if you want to contribute in any way:
SwiftUIKit is available under the MIT license. See LICENSE file for more info.