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Circular progress indicator for your macOS app


  • The latest stable release is v2.1.0. Released 2 months ago.
  • The last commit to master was 2 months ago.

Swift Version Compatibility

  • v2.1.0 and master
    5.3
    5.2
    5.1
    5.0
    4.2
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Platform Compatibility

  • v2.1.0 and master
    iOS
    macOS(Intel)
    macOS(ARM)
    Linux
    tvOS
    watchOS
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CircularProgress

Circular progress indicator for your macOS app

This package is used in production by apps like Gifski and HEIC Converter.

Requirements

  • macOS 10.12+
  • Xcode 11.4+
  • Swift 5.2+

Install

Swift Package Manager

Add https://github.com/sindresorhus/CircularProgress in the “Swift Package Manager” tab in Xcode.

Carthage

github "sindresorhus/CircularProgress"

CocoaPods

pod 'CircularProgressMac'

Usage

Also check out the example app in the Xcode project.

Note: All the properties/methods must be set/called from the main thread.

Manually set the progress

import Cocoa
import CircularProgress

@main
final class AppDelegate: NSObject, NSApplicationDelegate {
	@IBOutlet private var window: NSWindow!

	let circularProgress = CircularProgress(size: 200)

	func applicationDidFinishLaunching(_ notification: Notification) {
		window.contentView!.addSubview(circularProgress)

		foo.onUpdate = { progress in
			self.circularProgress.progress = progress
		}
	}
}

Specify a Progress instance

The given Progress instance is strongly kept alive as long as the CircularProgress instance or until you set .progressInstance = nil.

import Cocoa
import CircularProgress

@main
final class AppDelegate: NSObject, NSApplicationDelegate {
	@IBOutlet private var window: NSWindow!

	let circularProgress = CircularProgress(size: 200)
	let progress = Progress(totalUnitCount: 1)

	func applicationDidFinishLaunching(_ notification: Notification) {
		window.contentView!.addSubview(circularProgress)

		progress?.becomeCurrent(withPendingUnitCount: 1)
		circularProgress.progressInstance = progress
	}
}

Cancel button

If you use the .progress property, you need to opt into the cancel button by setting .isCancellable = true. You can be notified of when the button is clicked by setting the .onCancelled property to a closure.

If you use the .progressInstance property, setting a Progress object that is isCancellable, which is the default, automatically enables the cancel button.

Per default, the cancelled state is indicated by desaturing the current color and reducing the opacity. You can customize this by implementing the .cancelledStateColorHandler callback and returning a color to use for the cancelled state instead. The opacity is not automatically reduced when the callback has been set. To disable the cancelled state visualization entirely, set .visualizeCancelledState to false.

Indeterminate state

Displays a state that indicates that the remaining progress is indeterminate.

Note that the .progress property and .isIndeterminate are not tied together. You'll need to manually set .isIndeterminate = false when progress is being made again.

If you use the .progressInstance property, the isIndeterminate property will automatically be observed. The view will then switch back and forth to the indeterminate state when appropriate.

API

/**
Color of the circular progress view.

Defaults to the user's accent color. For High Sierra and below it uses a fallback color.
*/
@IBInspectable var color: NSColor = .controlAccentColor

/**
Line width of the circular progress view.
*/
@IBInspectable var lineWidth: CGFloat = 2

/**
Show an animated checkmark instead of `100%`.
*/
@IBInspectable var showCheckmarkAtHundredPercent: Bool = true

/**
The progress value in the range `0...1`.

- Note: The value will be clamped to `0...1`.
*/
@IBInspectable var progress: Double = 0

/**
Let a `Progress` instance update the `progress` for you.
*/
var progressInstance: Progress?

/**
Reset the progress back to zero without animating.
*/
func resetProgress() {}

/**
Cancels `Progress` if it's set and prevents further updates.
*/
func cancelProgress() {}

/**
Triggers when the progress was cancelled succesfully.
*/
var onCancelled: (() -> Void)?

/**
Returns whether the progress is finished.

The property supports KVO.
*/
@IBInspectable var isFinished: Bool { get }

/**
If the progress view is cancellable it shows the cancel button.
*/
@IBInspectable var isCancellable: Bool

/**
Displays the indeterminate state.
*/
@IBInspectable var isIndeterminate: Bool

/**
Returns whether the progress has been cancelled.

The property supports KVO.
*/
@IBInspectable var isCancelled: Bool { get }

/**
Determines whether to visualize changing into the cancelled state.
*/
var visualizeCancelledState: Bool = true

/**
Supply the base color to use for displaying the cancelled state.
*/
var cancelledStateColorHandler: ((NSColor) -> NSColor)?

init(frame: CGRect) {}
init?(coder: NSCoder) {}

/**
Initialize the progress view with a width/height of the given `size`.
*/
convenience init(size: Double) {}

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