Welcome to the documentation for ActionSwift3, a powerful framework for building iOS applications in Swift.

Getting Started


To install ActionSwift3, you have two options:

  1. Using CocoaPods:
  2. pod 'ActionSwift3'
  3. Manually:
  4. Download the latest version of ActionSwift3 from the GitHub repository and add the files to your Xcode project.

Core Concepts


ActionSwift3 provides an intuitive and flexible approach to handling user interactions through actions. An action can be defined as a piece of functionality that responds to a specific event or user input, such as tapping a button.


Components in ActionSwift3 are reusable UI elements that encapsulate both their appearance and behavior. Examples of components include buttons, labels, and text fields.


Events are triggers that occur within an application, such as a button tap or a network request completion. ActionSwift3 allows you to handle events and define actions to be executed in response to these events.


Basic Button Example

Here’s an example of creating a basic button using ActionSwift3:

import ActionSwift3

let button = Button(frame: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: 100, height: 50))
button.title = "Tap me"
button.action = {
    print("Button tapped!")

Advanced Button Example

Here’s an example of creating a more advanced button with custom styles and actions:

import ActionSwift3

let button = Button(frame: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: 150, height: 60))
button.title = "Submit"
button.backgroundColor = .blue
button.titleColor = .white
button.cornerRadius = 10
button.action = {
    // Perform a network request or any other action


For more information and advanced usage of ActionSwift3, refer to the following resources:


Explore the full documentation on the ActionSwift3 GitHub repository for detailed explanations, usage examples, and API reference.

GitHub Repository

Check out the ActionSwift3 GitHub repository to stay up-to-date with the latest releases, contribute to the project, and report any issues.


Stack Overflow

For questions, discussions, and support related to ActionSwift3, visit the ActionSwift3 tag on Stack Overflow and find answers from the community.


Follow ActionSwift3 on Twitter for updates, news, and announcements about the framework.

We hope this documentation helps you get started with ActionSwift3 and enables you to build amazing iOS applications. Happy coding!