KeyboardKit lets you style your keyboards with themes.🍭
This page provides a short summary. Please see the online documentation for more information.
You can use any of the themes that come with the engine, and even create your own. A theme can also provide a theme-specific style to make it easier to customize just that specific theme.
Here is a list of all the themes that come with the theme engine, including all the pre-defined styles:
The information on this page has been shortened to be easier to overview. For more information about this feature, code samples, etc. please see the online documentation.
KeyboardKit comes with a bunch of essential features and types.
KeyboardKit has many keyboard actions and ways to handle them.
KeyboardKit unlocks capabilities that are needed for AI.
KeyboardKit can perform autocomplete and autocorrect.
KeyboardKit can style any view as a keyboard button.
KeyboardKit can show input and secondary callouts.
KeyboardKit defines a bunch of keyboard-related colors.
KeyboardKit has a bunch of device-specific utilities.
KeyboardKit can perform dictation from the keyboard.
KeyboardKit defines an emoji type with a lot of information.
KeyboardKit can detect external keyboards.
KeyboardKit can trigger audio and haptic feedback.
KeyboardKit has rich, keyboard-specific gestures.
KeyboardKit defines a bunch of keyboard-related images.
KeyboardKit defines dynamic input sets and keyboard layouts.
KeyboardKit supports 60+ locales.
KeyboardKit lets you open urls and other apps.
KeyboardKit lets you preview views and components in SwiftUI.
KeyboardKit makes the text document proxy do a LOT more.
KeyboardKit has a bunch of settings tools.
KeyboardKit detects if a keyboard is enabled, has full access, etc.
KeyboardKit lets you style your keyboards to great extent.
KeyboardKit kan route text to other places.
KeyboardKit lets you style your keyboards with themes.
KeyboardKit adds many keyboard-related views.