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A simple to use text field that only accept numeric value

A simple to use text field that only accept numeric value

KSNumericTextField

KSNumericTextField is a simple to use text field that only accept numeric value. You can also specify the maximum number of integer digits and faction digits using storyboard or code.

Requirements

  • Xcode 10 or later
  • iOS 11.2 or later
  • Swift 4.2 or later

Features

  • Easily limit number of integer digits and fraction digits
  • Support Xcode storyboard

Example

Clone or download the source code and launch the project with KSNumericTextFieldExample.xcworkspace. The example demonstrate how to configure KSNumericTextField using storyboard or code.

demo

Installation

CocoaPods

pod 'KSNumericTextField'

Carthage

  1. Create and update Cartfile
github "LeeKahSeng/KSNumericTextField"
  1. Build the framework using terminal
carthage update
  1. After finish building the framework using Carthage, open Xcode and select you project in the project navigator.
  2. At Build Phases tab, add KSNumericTextField.framework to Link Binary with Libraries.
  3. At General tab, add KSNumericTextField.framework to Embedded Binaries.

Manually

  1. Download the project.
  2. Drag the Sources folder in \KSNumericTextField\KSNumericTextField into your Xcode project.
  3. Add import UIKit to all the source code that causing compile error.
  4. Build & run.

How to use

Storyboard

  1. Drag a UITextField to your view controller.
  2. Open Indentity Inspector and change text field class to KSNumericTextField.
  3. Open Indentity Inspector and change text field module to KSNumericTextField. (This step only required when install using CocoaPods or Carthage)
  4. Open Attribute Inspector to change 'Max Integer Digit' and 'Max Fraction Digit' base on you needs.
    AttributeInspector
  5. Build & run.

Note: If using Carthage for installation, IBDesignable and IBInspectable will not work due Xcode limitation. Details information can be found here.

Code

Import KSNumericTextField if you are using CocoaPods or Carthage.

import KSNumericTextField

KSNumericTextField can be initialize and configure just like normal UITextField.

let textField = KSNumericTextField()
textField.frame = CGRect(x: 0.0, y: 0.0, width: 100.0, height: 44.0)
textField.maxIntegerDigit = 3
textField.maxFractionDigit = 1
view.addSubview(textField)

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