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ShuffleIt is a user interface library for SwiftUI which delivers a collection of customizable stack views with a wide range of elegant shuffling, sliding and swiping behaviours.


? Features

For now, ShuffleIt only provides ShuffleStack view. (? Spoiler Alert – There will be very soon various types of stack views coming.)


ShuffleStack is a stack view with shuffling behaviour on the stack of content views which will be useful as a banner. Not like normal stack view, it only renders three content views visible on the screen and switches data of content views based on the current index. As it comes with a bunch of modifiers, it is highly customizable to get the desired appearance.


let colors: [Color] = [.blue, .brown, .black, .cyan, .green, .indigo, .pink, .purple, .red, .orange, .yellow]
var body: some View {
        initialIndex: 0
    ) { color in
            .frame(height: 200)


To explore more about ShuffleStack, check out the documentation.

⚠️ Requirements

  • iOS 15+, macOS 12+, watchOS 8+, tvOS 15+

ShuffleIt is developed using Xcode 13.3.1. Make sure you are using Xcode 13.3.1 and above.

? Installation

? Using Swift Package Manager

Add it as a dependency within your Package.swift.

dependencies: [
    .package(url: "", from: "1.0.1")

? Exploration


ShuffleIt provides a clear documentation to increase the familiarity with the API and shallow learning curve when using it. You can check it out via this link.

Demo Project

ShuffleIt also comes with the demo project which is an optimal spot to explore the API usage for available stack views. To run the demo project, you can use the following commands in your terminal.

> git clone
> cd ShuffleIt && xed Demo

Afterwards, Xcode will open the project and then you can hit ⌘+R to run the project.

? Motivation

As I’m kinda like an artistic guy, I really indulge in crafting something innovative, in particular, in area of implementing user interface elements. It’s a huge pleasure for me to explore the API and create an elegant components and then it has attached to me as my precious hobby. That’s why, I used to craft various components to test out what I can achieve so far. Recently, I got the idea of gathering my creations in one place and delivering them to the world so that it can be easily used in other projects and also used as a learning resource for other developers. With this intention, I eventually published my first UI library called ShuffleIt for SwiftUI.

✍️ Author

Scotti | @dscyrescotti


?‍? Contributions

ShuffleIt welcomes all developers to contribute if you have any idea to enhance and open an issue if you encounter any bug.

© License

ShuffleIt is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.


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