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A custom alert view for iOS 7+ written in Swift.

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Swift5 Swift4.2 Swift4 Swift3 Swift2 Build Status Carthage compatible Version License Platform

SWIFT Versions!

For swift5 use:

pod 'JSSAlertView'

For swift4.2 use:

pod 'JSSAlertView', '~> 4.2.0'

For swift4 use:

pod 'JSSAlertView', '~> 4.0.0'

For swift3 use:

pod 'JSSAlertView', '~> 3.0.4'

For swift2 use:

pod 'JSSAlertView', '~> 1.1.5'
A custom "modal" alert view for iOS 7+ written in Swift, with a couple basic themes and support for custom icons and fonts. Inspired by and modeled after vikmeup's SCLAlertView.


Try out (Over Cocoapods)

pod try JSSAlertView

Try out (Cloning repo)

To run the example project, clone the repo, and run

pod install
from the Example directory first.



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

pod 'JSSAlertView'


Carthage is a decentralized dependency manager that builds your dependencies and provides you with binary frameworks. A minimum version of 0.17 is required.

To install, simply add the following lines to your Cartfile:

github "JSSAlertView/JSSAlertView"


Make sure you imported JSSAlertView with following

import JSSAlertView

The most minimal alert just has a title.

  self, // the parent view controller of the alert
  title: "I'm an alert" // the alert's title

The delayed Alert

  self, // the parent view controller of the alert
  title: "I'm an alert", // the alert's title
  delay: 3 // time in secs

You'll always want to first pass a reference to the view controller that you wish to add the overlay and alert subviews to.

Besides the default

method you can call any of four alert themes:
, and
  title: "Great success",
  text: "This is the built-in .success style"

You can customize button text, add a custom icon and customize the alert color.

var customIcon:UIImage! // your custom icon UIImage
var customColor:UIColor! // base color for the alert
  title: "Another alert",
  text: "An alert with more customizations.",
  buttonText: "Right on",
  color: customColor,
  iconImage: customIcon)

You can also decide not to show any buttons with argument

noButtons: true
by doing so, JSSAlerView will close on tap and sends close callback.
    title: "Custom color",
    text: "All of the cool kids have purple alerts these days",
    buttonText: "Whoa",
    color: UIColorFromHex(0x9b59b6, alpha: 1))

You can also provide a callback function to run after the alert is dismissed, specify custom fonts and change the alert's text color from dark to light.

func myCallback() {
  // this'll run after the alert is dismissed
var alertview = JSSAlertView().show(self,
  title: "Yet another alert",
  text: "Callbacks, fonts and text colors"
alertview.addAction(myCallback) // Method to run after dismissal
alertview.setTitleFont("ClearSans-Bold") // Title font
alertview.setTextFont("ClearSans") // Alert body text font
alertview.setButtonFont("ClearSans-Light") // Button text font
alertview.setTextTheme(.Light) // can be .Light or .Dark

Finally, two-button alerts with a cancel button on the left are possible by passing in some

. The button on the left side of the alert will reflect that text and simply dismiss the alert when tapped, with an optional cancel callback. The right-hand button will also dismiss the alert as usual, with the appropriate close callback if present.
func myCancelCallback() {
  // this'll run if cancel is pressed after the alert is dismissed
var alertview = JSSAlertView().show(
  title: "I'm an alert",
  text: "An alert with two buttons. Dismiss by tapping the left, and do something else by tapping the right.",
  buttonText: "OK",
  cancelButtonText: "Cancel" // This tells JSSAlertView to create a two-button alert

See the included example project for more!


The initial author is Jay Stakelon

Current maintainer is Tomas Sykora, jr.


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

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