ImageCropper

Module for implementing the process of cropping images.

In the process of creating a variety of projects, developers often face the need to crop images (whether the user's avatar on the social network, background images, and so on).

Of course, iOS provides its own tools for image processing using the Photos application, but its use is not always convenient, justified, or even possible.

This library provides the ability to cut out sections of the original image in specified proportions by user's gesture interactions.

Interface

ImageCropperCompletion

public typealias ImageCropperCompletion = (UIImage?) -> Void - closure which is performed upon completion of the image cropping

ImageCropperConfiguration

ImageCropperFigureType - figure types for cropping:

  • circle - circle

  • square - square (rectangle with aspect ratio 1 to 1)

  • rect2x1 - square (rectangle with aspect ratio* 2 to 1)

  • rect1x2 - square (rectangle with aspect ratio* 1 to 2)

  • rect4x3 - square (rectangle with aspect ratio* 4 to 3)

  • rect3x4 - square (rectangle with aspect ratio* 3 to 4)

  • rect16x9 - square (rectangle with aspect ratio* 16 to 9)

  • rect9x16 - square (rectangle with aspect ratio* 9 to 16)

  • customRect - square (rectangle with custom aspect ratio)

*(first number is width, second - height)

–°ustom parameters

customRatio - size for creating figure with custom aspect ratio. Value of this property will be used only if figure = .customRect. Default value - CGSize(width: 1, height: 1)

maskFillColor - fill color around cropped figure ("hole")

borderColor - color of cropped figure's ("hole") border

showGrid - specifies whether to display the grid

gridColor - color of grid's lines

doneTitle - title text of button for finishing cropping process (default: Done)

cancelTitle - itle text of button for canceling cropping process (default: Cancel)

Updates

v.0.1.4

Added:

  • variable corner radius for cutted figure

Fixed:

v.0.1.5

Added:

  • Swift 5 support

Usage Example

Module Initialization

Set configuration:

var config = ImageCropperConfiguration(with: img, and: figure)
config.maskFillColor = UIColor(displayP3Red: 0.7, green: 0.5, blue: 0.2, alpha: 0.75)
config.borderColor = UIColor.black

config.showGrid = true
config.gridColor = UIColor.white
config.doneTitle = "CROP"
config.cancelTitle = "Back"

Initialize view controller:

let cropper = ImageCropperViewController.initialize(with: config) { croppedImage in
  /*
    Code to perform after finishing cropping process
  */
}

or

let cropper = ImageCropperViewController.initialize(with: config, completionHandler: { _croppedImage in
  /*
  Code to perform after finishing cropping process
  */
}) {
  /*
  Code to perform after dismissing controller
  */
}

Display with Navigation Controller:

navigationController.pushViewController(cropper, animated: true)

Present Modally:

viewController.present(cropper, animated: true, completion: nil)

User interaction

UIPanGestureRecognizer - gesture for draging image below mask and grid

UIPinchGestureRecognizer - gesture for scaling image

UITapGestureRecognizer - double tap for centering and transforming image to the initial frame

Suported Screen Orientation

iPhone Portrait

iPhone_Portrait

iPhone Landscape

iPhone_Landscape

iPad Portrait

iPad_Portrait

iPad Landscape

iPhone_Landscape

Requirements

  • iOS 11.0+
  • Xcode 9.0

Installation

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

pod 'ImageCropper'

Author

Nick Kopilovskii, [email protected]

GitHub