Awesome iOS 11 appstore cards in swift 4.
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Overview

Cards brings to Xcode the card views seen in the new iOS XI Appstore.

Getting Started

Storyboard

  • Go to main.storyboard and add a blank UIView
  • Open the Identity Inspector and type 'CardHighlight' the 'class' field
  • Make sure you have 'Cards' selected in 'Module' field
  • Switch to the Attributes Inspector and configure it as you like.

CardViewStoryboard

  • Drag a blank UIViewController and design its view as you like
  • Move to the Identity inspector
  • Type 'CardContent' in the StoryboardID field.

DetailViewStoryboard

Code

import Cards

// Aspect Ratio of 5:6 is preferred
let card = CardHighlight(frame: CGRect(x: 10, y: 30, width: 200 , height: 240))

card.backgroundColor = UIColor(red: 0, green: 94/255, blue: 112/255, alpha: 1)
card.icon = UIImage(named: "flappy")
card.title = "Welcome \nto \nCards !"
card.itemTitle = "Flappy Bird"
card.itemSubtitle = "Flap That !"
card.textColor = UIColor.white
    
card.hasParallax = true
    
let cardContentVC = storyboard!.instantiateViewController(withIdentifier: "CardContent")
card.shouldPresent(cardContentVC, from: self, fullscreen: false)
    
view.addSubview(card)

GetStarted

Prerequisites

  • Xcode 9.0 or newer
  • Swift 4.0

Installation

Cocoapods

use_frameworks!
pod 'Cards'

Manual

  • Download the repo
  • ⌘C ⌘V the 'Cards' folder in your project
  • In your Project's Info go to 'Build Phases'
  • Open 'Compile Sources' and add all the files in the folder

Overview

Overview Overview Overview

Customization

//Shadow settings
var shadowBlur: CGFloat
var shadowOpacity: Float
var shadowColor: UIColor
var backgroundImage: UIImage?
var backgroundColor: UIColor

var textColor: UIColor 	//Color used for the labels
var insets: CGFloat 	//Spacing between content and card borders
var cardRadius: CGFloat //Corner radius of the card
var icons: [UIImage]? 	//DataSource for CardGroupSliding
var blurEffect: UIBlurEffectStyle //Blur effect of CardGroup

Usage

CardPlayer

let card = CardPlayer(frame: CGRect(x: 40, y: 50, width: 300 , height: 360))
card.textColor = UIColor.black
card.videoSource = URL(string: "http://clips.vorwaerts-gmbh.de/big_buck_bunny.mp4")
card.shouldDisplayPlayer(from: self)    //Required. 
        
card.playerCover = UIImage(named: "mvBackground")!  // Shows while the player is loading
card.playImage = UIImage(named: "CardPlayerPlayIcon")!  // Play button icon
        
card.isAutoplayEnabled = true
card.shouldRestartVideoWhenPlaybackEnds = true
        
card.title = "Big Buck Bunny"
card.subtitle = "Inside the extraordinary world of Buck Bunny"
card.category = "today's movie"
        
view.addSubview(card)

CardGroupSliding

    let icons: [UIImage] = [    
    
        UIImage(named: "grBackground")!,
        UIImage(named: "background")!,
        UIImage(named: "flappy")!,
        UIImage(named: "flBackground")!,
        UIImage(named: "icon")!,
        UIImage(named: "mvBackground")!
    
    ]   // Data source for CardGroupSliding
    
    let card = CardGroupSliding(frame: CGRect(x: 40, y: 50, width: 300 , height: 360))
    card.textColor = UIColor.black
    
    card.icons = icons
    card.iconsSize = 60
    card.iconsRadius = 30
    
    card.title = "from the editors"
    card.subtitle = "Welcome to XI Cards !"

    view.addSubview(card)

Documentation

See the Wiki, to learn in depth infos about Cards.
GO!

Issues & Feature requests

If you encounter any problems or have any trouble using Cards, feel free to open an issue. I'll answer you as soon as I see it.

New features, or improvements to the framework are welcome (open an issue).

Thanksto

License

Cards is released under the MIT License.