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A SwiftUI card view, made great for setup interactions.

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A SwiftUI card design, similar to the one used by Apple in HomeKit, AirPods, Apple Card and AirTag setup, NFC scanning, Wi-Fi password sharing and more. It is specially great for setup interactions.

Clear Spaces demo QR code scanner demo Example preview demo

From left to right: SlideOverCard being used in Clear Spaces, a QR code scanner prompt (made with CodeScanner) and a demo of the project's Xcode preview


This repository is a Swift package, so all you gotta do is search and include it in your project under File > Swift Package Manager. Then, just add

import SlideOverCard
to the files where this package will be referenced and you're good to go!

If your app runs on iOS 13, you might find a problem with keyboard responsiveness in your layout. That's caused by a SwiftUI limitation, unfortunately, since the

modifier was only introduced for the SwiftUI framework in the iOS 14 update.


You can add a card to your app in two different ways. The first one is by adding a

modifier, which works similarly to a
.slideOverCard(isPresented: $isPresented) {
  // Here goes your awesome content


is a boolean binding. This way you can dismiss the view anytime by setting it to
. This view will have a transition, drag controls and an exit button set by default. You can override this by setting the
boolean parameters: ```swift

// This creates a card that can be dragged, but not dismissed by dragging .slideOverCard(isPresented: $isPresented, options: [.disableDragToDismiss]) { }

// This creates a card that can't be dragged or dismissed by dragging .slideOverCard(isPresented: $isPresented, options: [.disableDrag, .disableDragToDismiss]) { }

// This creates a card with no exit button .slideOverCard(isPresented: $isPresented, options: [.hideExitButton]) { } ```

In case you want to execute code when the view is dismissed (either by the exit button or drag controls), you can also set an optional

closure parameter:
// This card will print some text when dismissed
.slideOverCard(isPresented: $isPresented, onDismiss: {
    print("I was dismissed.")
}) {
    // Here goes your amazing layout

Alternatively, you can add the card using a binding to an optional enumeration. That will automatically animate the card between screen changes.

// This uses a binding to an optional object in a switch statement
.slideOverCard(item: $activeCard) { item in
    switch item {
        case .welcomeView:
        case .loginView:

You can even instantiate a card by your own by adding a

view to a ZStack. ```swift // Using the standalone view ZStack { Color.white
SlideOverCard(isPresented: $isPresented) {
    // Here goes your super-duper cool screen

} ```

Accessory views

This package also includes a few accessory views to enhance your card layout. The first one is the

button style, which can be applied to any button to give it a default "primary action" look, based on the app's accent color. The
style will reproduce the same design, but with gray. And
will create an all-text "last option" kind of button. You can use them like this:
Button("Do something", action: {

There's also the

view. This view will create the default exit button icon used for the card (based on


If you want to show a card as an overlay to all content in the screen, including the tab and navigation bars, you should use the

. The manager helps you display a card as a transparent view controller that covers the screen, therefore going past your SwiftUI content. To present this overlay, use:
SOCManager.present(isPresented: $isPresented) {
    // Here goes your design masterpiece

And to dismiss, just call:

SOCManager.dismiss(isPresented: $isPresented)


The SwiftUI code for a demo view can be found here. It's an Xcode preview, and you can experience it right within the package, under Swift Package Dependencies, in your project.

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