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A simple range slider made in Swift

A simple range slider made in Swift

RangeSlider

A simple range slider made in Swift.

Use

This control is IBDesignable and uses the target-action pattern for change notifications.

In order to be notified when either thumb value changes, register for .ValueChanged:

let rangeSlider = RangeSlider(frame: frame)
view.addSubView(rangeSlider)
rangeSlider.addTarget(self, action: #selector(viewController.rangeSliderValueChanged(_:)),
                         for: .valueChanged)

Configuration

The range slider can be customized and information can be accessed through these properties :

  • minimumValue : The minimum possible value of the range
  • maximumValue : The maximum possible value of the range
  • lowerValue : The value corresponding to the left thumb current position
  • upperValue : The value corresponding to the right thumb current position
  • trackTintColor : The track color
  • trackHighlightTintColor : The color of the section of the track located between the two thumbs
  • thumbTintColor: The thumb color
  • thumbBorderColor: The thumb border color
  • thumbBorderWidth: The width of the thumb border
  • curvaceousness : From 0.0 for square thumbs to 1.0 for circle thumbs

Installation

RangeSlider is available through CocoaPods.
To install it, simply add the following line to your Podfile :

pod "WARangeSlider"

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