An Objective-C class that converts Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) into:
This makes it easy to create vector-based paths and shapes in your iOS or OS X apps.
Feedback, improvements, and pull requests are welcome.
Drag and drop the SVG files into your Xcode project.
- Xcode will ask "Would you like to configure an Objective-C bridging header?", Click Yes.
- Add this line to the bridging header file:
- Follow these simple steps:
//1: Turn your SVG into a CGPath: let myPath = PocketSVG.pathFromSVGFileNamed("BezierCurve1").takeUnretainedValue() //2: To display it on screen, you can create a CAShapeLayer //and set myPath as its path property: let myShapeLayer = CAShapeLayer() myShapeLayer.path = myPath //3: Fiddle with it using CAShapeLayer's properties: myShapeLayer.strokeColor = UIColor.redColor().CGColor myShapeLayer.lineWidth = 3 myShapeLayer.fillColor = UIColor.clearColor().CGColor //4: Display it! self.view.layer.addSublayer(myShapeLayer)
//1: Turn your SVG into a CGPath: CGPathRef myPath = [PocketSVG pathFromSVGFileNamed:@"BezierCurve1"]; //2: To display it on screen, you can create a CAShapeLayer //and set myPath as its path property: CAShapeLayer *myShapeLayer = [CAShapeLayer layer]; myShapeLayer.path = myPath; //3: Fiddle with it using CAShapeLayer's properties: myShapeLayer.strokeColor = [[UIColor redColor] CGColor]; myShapeLayer.lineWidth = 4; myShapeLayer.fillColor = [[UIColor clearColor] CGColor]; //4: Display it! [self.view.layer addSublayer:myShapeLayer];
- The 'path' element of an SVG – from the SVG specification. PocketSVG uses the data in the SVG's d= attribute, which defines the outlines of shapes.
- Core Graphics Paths – from Apple's Quartz 2D Programming Guide.
- CGPath - Class Reference.
- CAShapeLayers – Class Reference. Tells you which properties of the shape/path can be manipulated.
- Drawing Shapes Using Bezier Paths – From Apple's Drawing and Printing Guide for iOS.
- Support for SVG's Basic Shapes.
- Support for SVGs with more than one path (currently PocketSVG renders the last path).
- Improve parser efficiency.
Please ask questions and report bugs on the project's Issues Page.
- Martin Haywood (for the original SVG to bezier path parser PocketSVG is based on).
- Ariel Elkin
- Pieter Omvlee
- Dominic Mortlock
- And more.
Copyright (c) 2013 Ponderwell, Ariel Elkin, and Contributors
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