SwiftUI Chart

This is a library to build charts in SwiftUI. This enables you to build charts with SwiftUI primitive View or Shape components, and simple declarative APIs.

Demo 1 Demo 2 Demo 3


There are many libraries to build charts in SwiftUI, but most of them are based on UIKit components. This library is based on SwiftUI primitive View or Shape components.

Also there is Apple’s official library Swift Charts, but it is not open source and it builds charts with dedicated Result Builder (ChartContentBuilder), so the knowledge of SwiftUI can’t be used to build charts. In addition, it requires iOS 16+, so it can’t be used for apps that support older iOS versions.

Chart SwiftUI is based on SwiftUI primitive View or Shape components, so you can build charts with SwiftUI knowledge. And it supports iOS 14+.

Package Structure

This package contains 2 libraries.

  • ChartCore
    • Core library to build charts.
    • Currently, it supports only LineChart.
      • We don’t have a plan to support other charts that don’t have a same coordinate system as LineChart.
  • LineChart
    • Library to build line charts with ChartCore.


We want to keep ChartCore as simple as possible. And LineChart only provides basic components to build line charts, these components are not necessarily to build line charts.

We want you to build your own various charts with ChartCore (and LineChart) by using SwiftUI View or Shape components.

This repository contains some examples under Examples directory. You can see how to build charts with ChartCore (and LineChart) by reading these examples. Almost all examples contain a custom chart that is not provided by LineChart.

How to use

You can install ChartCore and LineChart with Swift Package Manager.

dependencies: [
    .package(url: "https://github.com/kouzoh/swiftui-chart.git", from: "0.1.0"),
targets: [
        name: "YourTarget",
        dependencies: [
            .product(name: "LineChart", package: "SwiftUIChart"),
            // ChartCore is automatically imported if you import LineChart.
            .product(name: "ChartCore", package: "SwiftUIChart"),

Also you can see examples by opening SwiftUIChart.xcworkspace and running Example scheme.


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Licensed under the MIT License.

Swift and SwiftUI are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.


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