/ Blur

Transparent blur using UIVisualEffectView without subclassing

Transparent blur using UIVisualEffectView without subclassing

Blurberry

Transparent blur using UIVisualEffectView without subclassing.

demo

[video demo]

[appetize demo]

Features

  • Based on UIVisualEffectView
  • Supports iOS 14 and animation blocks
  • Super safe and super easy

Usage

Just create a UIVisualEffectView in any way. Code, storyboards, XIBs, etc.

Customize it like example bellow via blur wrapper:

visualEffectView.blur.radius = 5.0
visualEffectView.blur.tintColor = .clear

Installation

Cocoapods

Add the Blurberry pod to your Podfile:

platform :ios, '13.0'

use_frameworks!

target 'BlurryApp' do
  pod 'Blurberry' 
end

Next Steps

  • [ ] iOS 10, 11, 12 support
  • [ ] Other platform support (such as macOS)
  • [ ] Remove ObjC code or make it private
  • [ ] Add manager to check blur availability and other service info
  • [ ] Hide private API class names, method names, etc.

Disclaimer

This framework uses private API, so just keep in mind it before submitting to the AppStore.

Requirements

  • iOS 13.0+
  • Swift 5

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