swiftui-navigation-transitions

0.6.0

Pure SwiftUI Navigation transitions ✨
davdroman/swiftui-navigation-transitions

What's New

0.6.0

2022-11-13T23:44:09Z

What's Changed

  • ZPosition Transition #35
  • Rotate3D Transition #37

Full Changelog: 0.5.1...0.6.0

NavigationTransitions

CI

NavigationTransitions is a library that integrates seamlessly with SwiftUI's Navigation views, allowing complete customization over push and pop transitions!

The library is fully compatible with:

  • NavigationView (iOS 13, 14, 15)
  • NavigationStack (iOS 16)

Overview

Instead of reinventing the entire navigation stack just to control its transitions, NavigationTransitions ships with a simple modifier that can be applied directly to SwiftUI's very own first-party navigation components.

The Basics

iOS 13+

NavigationView {
  // ...
}
.navigationViewStyle(.stack)
.navigationTransition(.slide)

iOS 16

NavigationStack {
  // ...
}
.navigationTransition(.slide)

The API is designed to resemble that of built-in SwiftUI Transitions for maximum familiarity and ease of use.

You can apply custom animations just like with standard SwiftUI transitions:

.navigationTransition(
    .fade(.in).animation(.easeInOut(duration: 0.3))
)

You can combine them:

.navigationTransition(
    .slide.combined(with: .fade(.in))
)

And you can dynamically choose between transitions based on logic:

.navigationTransition(
    reduceMotion ? .fade(.in).animation(.linear) : .slide(.vertical)
)

Transitions

The library ships with some standard transitions out of the box:

In addition to these, you can create fully custom transitions in just a few lines of SwiftUI-like code!

struct Swing: NavigationTransition {
    var body: some NavigationTransition {
        Slide(axis: .horizontal)
        MirrorPush {
            let angle = 70.0
            let offset = 150.0
            OnInsertion {
                ZPosition(1)
                Rotate(.degrees(-angle))
                Offset(x: offset)
                Opacity()
                Scale(0.5)
            }
            OnRemoval {
                Rotate(.degrees(angle))
                Offset(x: -offset)
            }
        }
    }
}

The Demo app showcases some of these transitions in action.

Interactivity

A sweet additional feature is the ability to override the behavior of the pop gesture on the navigation view:

.navigationTransition(.slide, interactivity: .pan) // full-pan screen gestures!

This even works to override its behavior while maintaining the default system transition in iOS:

.navigationTransition(.default, interactivity: .pan) //

Documentation

The documentation for releases and main are available here:

Other versions

Community

Feel free to post questions, ideas, or any cool transitions you build in the Discussions section!

I sincerely hope you enjoy using this library as much as I enjoyed building it ❤️

Description

  • Swift Tools 5.5.0
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Last updated: Mon Dec 05 2022 05:51:49 GMT-0500 (GMT-05:00)