iOS port from libphonenumber (Google's phone number handling library)
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Latest commit 8eded09 Aug 31, 2017 @dmaclach dmaclach committed on GitHub Merge pull request #202 from aterite/master
BUGFIX: Added length check for parsing

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libPhoneNumber for iOS

  • NBPhoneNumberUtil
  • NBAsYouTypeFormatter
  • NBTextFiled.swift (Swift 3)

ARC only, or add the "-fobjc-arc" flag for non-ARC

Update Log

https://github.com/iziz/libPhoneNumber-iOS/wiki/Update-Log

Issue

You can check phone number validation using below link. https://rawgit.com/googlei18n/libphonenumber/master/javascript/i18n/phonenumbers/demo-compiled.html

Please report, if the above results are different from this iOS library. Otherwise, please create issue to following link below to request additional telephone numbers formatting rule. https://github.com/googlei18n/libphonenumber/issues

Metadata in this library was generated from that. so, you should change it first. :)

Install

Using CocoaPods

source 'https://github.com/CocoaPods/Specs.git'
pod 'libPhoneNumber-iOS', '~> 0.8'

Using Carthage

Carthage is a decentralized dependency manager that automates the process of adding frameworks to your Cocoa application.

You can install Carthage with Homebrew using the following command:

$ brew update
$ brew install carthage

To integrate libPhoneNumber into your Xcode project using Carthage, specify it in your Cartfile:

github "iziz/libPhoneNumber-iOS"

And set the Embedded Content Contains Swift to "Yes" in your build settings.

Setting up manually

Add source files to your projects from libPhoneNumber - Add "CoreTelephony.framework"

See sample test code from

[libPhoneNumber-iOS/libPhoneNumberTests/ ... Test.m] (https://github.com/iziz/libPhoneNumber-iOS/tree/master/libPhoneNumberTests)

Usage - NBPhoneNumberUtil

 NBPhoneNumberUtil *phoneUtil = [[NBPhoneNumberUtil alloc] init];
 NSError *anError = nil;
 NBPhoneNumber *myNumber = [phoneUtil parse:@"6766077303"
                              defaultRegion:@"AT" error:&anError];
 if (anError == nil) {
     NSLog(@"isValidPhoneNumber ? [%@]", [phoneUtil isValidNumber:myNumber] ? @"YES":@"NO");

     // E164          : +436766077303
     NSLog(@"E164          : %@", [phoneUtil format:myNumber
                                       numberFormat:NBEPhoneNumberFormatE164
                                              error:&anError]);
     // INTERNATIONAL : +43 676 6077303
     NSLog(@"INTERNATIONAL : %@", [phoneUtil format:myNumber
                                       numberFormat:NBEPhoneNumberFormatINTERNATIONAL
                                              error:&anError]);
     // NATIONAL      : 0676 6077303
     NSLog(@"NATIONAL      : %@", [phoneUtil format:myNumber
                                       numberFormat:NBEPhoneNumberFormatNATIONAL
                                              error:&anError]);
     // RFC3966       : tel:+43-676-6077303
     NSLog(@"RFC3966       : %@", [phoneUtil format:myNumber
                                       numberFormat:NBEPhoneNumberFormatRFC3966
                                              error:&anError]);
 } else {
     NSLog(@"Error : %@", [anError localizedDescription]);
 }

 NSLog (@"extractCountryCode [%@]", [phoneUtil extractCountryCode:@"823213123123" nationalNumber:nil]);

 NSString *nationalNumber = nil;
 NSNumber *countryCode = [phoneUtil extractCountryCode:@"823213123123" nationalNumber:&nationalNumber];

 NSLog (@"extractCountryCode [%@] [%@]", countryCode, nationalNumber);
Output
2014-07-06 12:39:37.240 libPhoneNumberTest[1581:60b] isValidPhoneNumber ? [YES]
2014-07-06 12:39:37.242 libPhoneNumberTest[1581:60b] E164          : +436766077303
2014-07-06 12:39:37.243 libPhoneNumberTest[1581:60b] INTERNATIONAL : +43 676 6077303
2014-07-06 12:39:37.243 libPhoneNumberTest[1581:60b] NATIONAL      : 0676 6077303
2014-07-06 12:39:37.244 libPhoneNumberTest[1581:60b] RFC3966       : tel:+43-676-6077303
2014-07-06 12:39:37.244 libPhoneNumberTest[1581:60b] extractCountryCode [82]
2014-07-06 12:39:37.245 libPhoneNumberTest[1581:60b] extractCountryCode [82] [3213123123]

with Swift

Case (1) with Framework
import libPhoneNumberiOS
Case (2) with Bridging-Header
// Manually added
#import "NBPhoneNumberUtil.h"
#import "NBPhoneNumber.h"

// CocoaPods (check your library path)
#import "libPhoneNumber_iOS/NBPhoneNumberUtil.h"
#import "libPhoneNumber_iOS/NBPhoneNumber.h"

// add more if you want...
Case (3) with CocoaPods

import libPhoneNumberiOS

- in swift class file
2.x
override func viewDidLoad() {
    super.viewDidLoad()

    let phoneUtil = NBPhoneNumberUtil()

    do {
        let phoneNumber: NBPhoneNumber = try phoneUtil.parse("01065431234", defaultRegion: "KR")
        let formattedString: String = try phoneUtil.format(phoneNumber, numberFormat: .E164)

        NSLog("[%@]", formattedString)
    }
    catch let error as NSError {
        print(error.localizedDescription)
    }
}

Usage - NBAsYouTypeFormatter

    NBAsYouTypeFormatter *f = [[NBAsYouTypeFormatter alloc] initWithRegionCode:@"US"];
    NSLog(@"%@", [f inputDigit:@"6"]); // "6"
    NSLog(@"%@", [f inputDigit:@"5"]); // "65"
    NSLog(@"%@", [f inputDigit:@"0"]); // "650"
    NSLog(@"%@", [f inputDigit:@"2"]); // "650 2"
    NSLog(@"%@", [f inputDigit:@"5"]); // "650 25"
    NSLog(@"%@", [f inputDigit:@"3"]); // "650 253"

    // Note this is how a US local number (without area code) should be formatted.
    NSLog(@"%@", [f inputDigit:@"2"]); // "650 2532"
    NSLog(@"%@", [f inputDigit:@"2"]); // "650 253 22"
    NSLog(@"%@", [f inputDigit:@"2"]); // "650 253 222"
    NSLog(@"%@", [f inputDigit:@"2"]); // "650 253 2222"
    // Can remove last digit
    NSLog(@"%@", [f removeLastDigit]); // "650 253 222"

    NSLog(@"%@", [f inputString:@"16502532222"]); // 1 650 253 2222
Visit libphonenumber for more information or mail (zen.isis@gmail.com)