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TTSegmentedControl

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About

An elegant, animated and customizable segmented control for iOS.

This project is maintained by Tapptitude, a mobile app development agency specialized in building high-quality iOS and Android mobile apps, for startups and brands alike. A lively team of skilled app developers and app designers based in Europe, we provide full-stack mobile app development services to entrepreneurs looking to innovate on mobile.

Features:

  • Variable number of items
  • Animated transition
  • Bounce animation
  • Fully configurable (color, gradient, shadow, border, corner radius)
  • Designable into Interface Builder

Requirements

  • iOS 13.0+
  • Xcode 11+

Installation

Swift Package Manager

dependencies: [
    .package(url: "https://github.com/dumitruigor/TTSegmentedControl.git", branch: "swiftPackage")
]

CocoaPods

  pod 'TTSegmentedControl', :git => 'https://github.com/dumitruigor/TTSegmentedControl.git', :branch => 'swiftPackage'

Carthage

github "tapptitude/TTSegmentedControl"

Manually

Add the TTSegmentedControl to your project.

Usage

  • SwiftUI:
let titles = ["Title1", "Title2"].map { TTSegmentedControlTitle(text: $0) }

TTSwiftUISegmentedControl(titles: titles, selectedIndex: $selectedIndex)
  • UIKit:
let titles = ["Title1", "Title2"].map { TTSegmentedControlTitle(text: $0) }

let segmentedControl = TTSegmentedControl()
segmentedControl.titles = titles
view.addSubview(segmentedControl)

How to customize?

In order to customize the segmented control you'll have to edit it's properties:

//UIKit
segmentedControl.selectionViewFillType = .fillSegment
segmentedControl.titleDistribution = .equalSpacing 
segmentedControl.isDragEnabled = true 
segmentedControl.isSizeAdjustEnabled = true
segmentedControl.isSwitchBehaviorEnabled = false
segmentedControl.containerBackgroundColor = .white
segmentedControl.cornerRadius = .constant(value: 15)
segmentedControl.cornerCurve = .continous
segmentedControl.padding = .init(width: 2, height: 2)

//SwiftUI
TTSwiftUISegmentedControl(titles: titles)
    .titleDistribution(.equalSpacing)
    .padding(.init(width: 2, height: 2))
    .isDragEnabled(true)
    .containerBackgroundColor(.white)
    .selectionViewColor(.blue)
    .cornerRadius(.constant(value: 15))
    .isSwitchBehaviorEnabled(false)
)

You can even disable animation or/and bounce effect:

//UIKit
segmentedControl.animationOptions = nil 
segmentedControl.bounceAnimationOptions = nil

//SwiftUI
TTSwiftUISegmentedControl(titles: titles)
    .animationOptions(nil)
    .bounceAnimationOptions(nil)
)

Or you can edit them:

let animationOptions = TTSegmentedControlAnimationOption(duration: 0.5, options: .curveEaseInOut)
let bounceAnimationOptions = TTSegmentedControlBounceOptions(springDamping: 0.7, springInitialVelocity: 0.2)

//UIKit
segmentedControl.animationOptions = animationOptions
segmentedControl.bounceAnimationOptions = bounceAnimationOptions

//SwiftUI
TTSwiftUISegmentedControl(titles: titles)
    .animationOptions(animationOptions)
    .bounceAnimationOptions(bounceAnimationOptions)
)

The segmentedControl titles can be customized:

let title1 = TTSegmentedControlTitle(
    text: "Title 1",
    defaultColor: .black,
    defaultFont: .systemFont(ofSize: 12),
    selectedColor: .white,
    selectedFont: .systemFont(ofSize: 13)
)

let title2 = TTSegmentedControlTitle(
    text: "Title 2",
    defaultColor: .black,
    defaultFont: .systemFont(ofSize: 12),
    selectedColor: .white,
    selectedFont: .systemFont(ofSize: 13)
)

//UIKit
segmentedControl.titles = [title1, title2]

//SwiftUI
TTSwiftUISegmentedControl(titles: [title1, title2])

Instead of text the titles can be initialized with NSAttributedString objects:

let title1 = TTSegmentedControlTitle(
    defaultAttributedText: attributedText1,
    selectedAttributedText: attributedText2
)

let title2 = TTSegmentedControlTitle(
    defaultAttributedText: attributedText3,
    selectedAttributedText: attributedText4
)

//UIKit
segmentedControl.titles = [title1, title2]

//SwiftUI
TTSwiftUISegmentedControl(titles: [title1, title2])

You can add image instead of title:

let title1 = TTSegmentedControlTitle(
    defaultImageName: "default_image_1",
    selectedImageName: "selected_image_1"
)

let title2 = TTSegmentedControlTitle(
    defaultImageName: "default_image_2",
    selectedImageName: "selected_image_2"
)

let title3 = TTSegmentedControlTitle(
    defaultImageName: "default_image_3",
    selectedImageName: "selected_image_3"
)

//UIKit
segmentedControl.titles = [title1, title2, title3]

//SwiftUI
TTSwiftUISegmentedControl(titles: [title1, title2, title3])

The image sizes can be customized for each title:

let title1 = TTSegmentedControlTitle(
    defaultImageName: "default_image_1",
    selectedImageName: "selected_image_1",
    imageSize: CGSize(width: 10, height: 10)
)

let title2 = TTSegmentedControlTitle(
    defaultImageName: "default_image_2",
    selectedImageName: "selected_image_2",
    imageSize: CGSize(width: 30, height: 30)
)

let title3 = TTSegmentedControlTitle(
    defaultImageName: "default_image_3",
    selectedImageName: "selected_image_3",
    imageSize: CGSize(width: 20, height: 20)
)

//UIKit
segmentedControl.titles = [title1, title2, title3]

//SwiftUI
TTSwiftUISegmentedControl(titles: [title1, title2, title3])

The texts can be combined with the images:

let title1 = TTSegmentedControlTitle(
    text: "Facebook",
    defaultImageName: "default_image_1",
    selectedImageName: "selected_image_1",
    imageSize: CGSize(width: 5, height: 5),
    imagePosition: .left
)

let title2 = TTSegmentedControlTitle(
    text: "Youtube",
    defaultImageName: "default_image_2",
    selectedImageName: "selected_image_2",
    imageSize: CGSize(width: 8, height: 8),
    imagePosition: .bottom
)

let title3 = TTSegmentedControlTitle(
    text: "Twitter",
    defaultImageName: "default_image_2",
    selectedImageName: "selected_image_2",
    imageSize: CGSize(width: 8, height: 7),
    imagePosition: .top
)

//UIKit
segmentedControl.titles = [title1, title2, title3]

//SwiftUI
TTSwiftUISegmentedControl(titles: [title1, title2, title3])

Contribution

Feel free to Fork, submit Pull Requests or send us your feedback and suggestions!

License

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