Adding Interactivity to Your iOS Charts with SwiftCharts

Swift Charts

Easy to use and highly customisable Swift Charts library for iOS.

A Powerful framework that enables developers to create stunning and interactive data visualisations with ease. Whether you’re an experienced iOS developer or just getting started, this blog is your go-to resource for mastering the art of data representation in your iOS applications.

Explore the diverse range of chart types supported by the iOS Charts library, including bar charts, line charts, pie charts, scatter plots, and more.

We break down each chart type, explaining their unique features and use cases, while offering practical examples and code snippets to facilitate your learning and implementation process.

Additionally, we explore the interactive features of the iOS Charts library, such as zooming, scrolling, and tapping, enabling users to interact with and explore your data visualizations. We also delve into advanced features like adding annotations, tooltips, and legends to enhance the user experience and make your charts more informative and engaging.

  • language: Swift 
  • platform: ios
  • device: iphone/ipad
  • license: Apache Licence Version 2.0



Add to your Podfile:

pod 'SwiftCharts', '~> 0.6.5'

To use master directly:

pod 'SwiftCharts', :git => ''

And then:

pod install

Import the framework in your code:

import SwiftCharts


github "i-schuetz/SwiftCharts" ~> 0.6.5


  • Bars – plain, stacked, grouped, horizontal, vertical
  • Scatter
  • Lines (straight/cubic/custom path generator)
  • Areas
  • Bubble
  • Multiple axes
  • Candlestick
  • Multiple labels per value (x axis)
  • Everything is customizable – colors, views, units, labels, animations, interactions, axes, etc.
  • Easy creation of arbitrary markers, overlays, info views, etc., using simple UIViews!
  • Modular architecture, which allows to easily create new chart types or add effects to existing types externally (without library changes).
  • Charts can be combined with each other.
  • Pie chart*
  • Legends*
  • Zooming & panning, lockable to x/y axis, max delta or both. Elastic effect. (unreleased)
  • Extensible axis values and label generators for numbers, dates, etc, with customizable zooming handling (nice numbers, divide in half, etc). (unreleased).
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Quick start

Multiline charts:

let chartConfig = ChartConfigXY(
    xAxisConfig: ChartAxisConfig(from: 2, to: 14, by: 2),
    yAxisConfig: ChartAxisConfig(from: 0, to: 14, by: 2)

let frame = CGRect(x: 0, y: 70, width: 300, height: 500)

let chart = LineChart(
    frame: frame,
    chartConfig: chartConfig,
    xTitle: "X axis",
    yTitle: "Y axis",
    lines: [
        (chartPoints: [(2.0, 10.6), (4.2, 5.1), (7.3, 3.0), (8.1, 5.5), (14.0, 8.0)], color:,
        (chartPoints: [(2.0, 2.6), (4.2, 4.1), (7.3, 1.0), (8.1, 11.5), (14.0, 3.0)], color:


Bars charts:

let chartConfig = BarsChartConfig(
    valsAxisConfig: ChartAxisConfig(from: 0, to: 8, by: 2)

let frame = CGRect(x: 0, y: 70, width: 300, height: 500)
let chart = BarsChart(
    frame: frame,
    chartConfig: chartConfig,
    xTitle: "X axis",
    yTitle: "Y axis",
    bars: [
        ("A", 2),
        ("B", 4.5),
        ("C", 3),
        ("D", 5.4),
        ("E", 6.8),
        ("F", 0.5)
    barWidth: 20

self.chart = chart



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