bottom-sheet VS PermissionsSwiftUI

Compare bottom-sheet vs PermissionsSwiftUI and see what are their differences.

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bottom-sheet PermissionsSwiftUI
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Swift Swift
MIT License MIT License
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  • My first SwiftUI package - PermissionsSwiftUI. Beautifully displays and handles all 12 iOS permissions
    2 projects | | 8 Feb 2021
    I think it depends on the overall UI/UX design. But I plan on adding a pop up alert style for the 0.0.1 release milestone so developers can have the choice to present it right before the permission is actually needed.
    2 projects | | 8 Feb 2021
  • SwiftUI - When it comes to permissions, this is what's called a pro gamer move
    2 projects | | 4 Feb 2021
    LOL..this is a joke that's why I called it a pro-gamer move. Imagine an app literally asking for every single iOS permission at launch. Anyways, this is from my new SwiftUI package, PermissionsSwiftUI (allows you to present permissions like that in 1 line of code), which is inspired by the popular library SPPermissions.
    2 projects | | 4 Feb 2021
    The video demonstrates PermissionsSwiftUI, a SwiftUI package to beautifully display and handle permissions.
    2 projects | | 4 Feb 2021
    Lol, this comment is getting a lot of upvotes. Obviously, you should not do this in real life app. The "pro gamer move" is kind of a meme which points out how unexpected it is to ask for every single permission in iOS. And here I used my PermissionsSwiftUI library to easily present all the iOS permissions. My library also allows you to customize the description text on the screen, developers should also have description in their info.plist.
    2 projects | | 4 Feb 2021
    You are right. This was actually from my new SwiftUI package PermissionsSwiftUI, and basically developers can present permissions like shown in the video from 1 single line of code. It is inspired by SPPermissions and I also used its UI design. I loved SPPermissions and rewrote the library in SwiftUI.
  • What’s everyone working on this month? (February 2021)
    3 projects | | 3 Feb 2021
    PermissionsSwiftUI: A SwiftUI package to beautifully display and handle permissions.

What are some alternatives?

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RGStack - This UI attempts to capture the Quibi Card Stack and the associated User Interaction.

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ReachabilityX - Make it easier to observe network connectivity in SwiftUI.

AxisRatingBar - This library is a UI control for iOS and macOS developed with SwiftUI. You can display ratings along the horizontal/vertical axis and receive ratings from users. You can use any view that conforms to the View protocol, not just the star shape.