The iOS UI framework for building experiences for Office and Office 365.
Office UI Fabric for iOS is a native library that provides the Office UI experience for the iOS platform. It contains information about colors and typography, as well as custom controls and customizations for platform controls, all from the official Fluent design language used in Office and Office 365 products.
- Colors and typography
- Install and use Office UI Fabric
- Demo app
Colors and Typography
Office UI Fabric for iOS includes an expanding library of controls written in Swift and supporting Objective-C. These controls implement the Fluent Design language and provide consistency across Office experiences.
Some of the controls available include:
A full list of currently supported controls can be found here: OfficeUIFabric.
Install and use Office UI Fabric
- iOS 11+
- Xcode 10.2+
- Swift 4.2+
1. Using CocoaPods
To get set up with CocoaPods visit their getting started guide.
To integrate Office UI Fabric for iOS into your Xcode project using CocoaPods, specify it in your Podfile:
pod 'OfficeUIFabric', '~> 0.2.0'
2. Manual installation
- Download the latest changes from the Office UI Fabric for iOS repository.
- Move the
OfficeUIFabricfolder into your project folder.
- Move the
OfficeUIFabric.xcodeprojinto your Xcode project.
- In Xcode select your project -> your target -> General -> Embedded Binaries -> add
Import and use the library
After the framework has been added you can import the library to use it:
Included in this repository is a demo of currently implemented controls. A full list of implemented controls available in the demo can be found here: Demos.
To build and deploy the demo follow these steps:
- Download or clone the Office UI Fabric for iOS repository.
- In the Xcode scheme menu choose
Demo.developmentand choose a device to deploy to.
- Once deployed you can choose a control to demo from the list of controls on the selected device.
Post bug reports, feature requests, and questions in Issues.
All files on the Office UI Fabric for iOS GitHub repository are subject to the MIT license. Please read the LICENSE file at the root of the project.