/ Charts

Swift package for displaying charts effortlessly

Swift package for displaying charts effortlessly

SwiftUICharts

Swift package for displaying charts effortlessly.

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It supports:

  • Line charts
  • Bar charts
  • Pie charts

Installation:

It requires iOS 13 and xCode 11!

In xCode got to File -> Swift Packages -> Add Package Dependency and paste inthe repo's url: https://github.com/AppPear/ChartView

Usage:

import the package in the file you would like to use it: import SwiftUICharts

You can display a Chart by adding a chart view to your parent view:

Demo

Added an example project, with iOS, watchOS target: https://github.com/AppPear/ChartViewDemo

Line charts

New full screen view called LineView!!!

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 LineView(data: [8,23,54,32,12,37,7,23,43], title: "Line chart", legend: "Full screen") // legend is optional, use optional .padding()

Adopts to dark mode automatically

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Line chart is interactive, so you can drag across to reveal the data points

You can add a line chart with the following code:

 LineChartView(data: [8,23,54,32,12,37,7,23,43], title: "Title", legend: "Legendary") // legend is optional

Turn drop shadow off by adding to the Initialiser: dropShadow: false

Bar charts

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Bar chart is interactive, so you can drag across to reveal the data points

You can add a bar chart with the following code:

 BarChartView(data: [8,23,54,32,12,37,7,23,43], title: "Title", legend: "Legendary") // legend is optional

You can add different formats:

  • Small Form.small
  • Medium Form.medium
  • Large Form.large
BarChartView(data: [8,23,54,32,12,37,7,23,43], title: "Title", form: Form.small)

Turn drop shadow off by adding to the Initialiser: dropShadow: false

You can customize styling of the chart with a ChartStyle object:

Customizable:

  • background color
  • accent color
  • second gradient color
  • text color
  • legend text color
 let chartStyle = ChartStyle(backgroundColor: Color.black, accentColor: Colors.OrangeStart, secondGradientColor: Colors.OrangeEnd, chartFormSize: Form.medium, textColor: Color.white, legendTextColor: Color.white )
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 BarChartView(data: [8,23,54,32,12,37,7,23,43], title: "Title", style: chartStyle)

You can access built-in styles:

 BarChartView(data: [8,23,54,32,12,37,7,23,43], title: "Title", style: Styles.barChartMidnightGreen)

All styles available as a preset:

  • barChartStyleOrangeLight
  • barChartStyleOrangeDark
  • barChartStyleNeonBlueLight
  • barChartStyleNeonBlueDark
  • barChartMidnightGreenLight
  • barChartMidnightGreenDark

midnightgreen

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You can customize the size of the chart with a Form object:

Form

  • .small
  • .medium
  • .large
  • .detail
BarChartView(data: [8,23,54,32,12,37,7,23,43], title: "Title", form: Form.small)

WatchOS support for Bar charts:

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Pie charts

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You can add a line chart with the following code:

 PieChartView(data: [8,23,54,32], title: "Title", legend: "Legendary") // legend is optional

Turn drop shadow off by adding to the Initialiser: dropShadow: false

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