open class FUIKPIView : NibDesignableControl, FUIStateTintable, FUIStateTintableImplementation, FUIKPIContainer

The FUIKPIView is an UIView subclass, which enables a developer to present KPI information in a formatted manner consistent with the Fiori Design Language.

The FUIKPIView takes 3 types of component items, and a caption string:

  • metric: the value which is being displayed. For example, in: $256k, the metric is 256.
  • unit: the unit information for the metric displayed. For example, in $256k, the units are $ and k. Multiple unit components are permitted per metric. However, a maximum of two units should be used on each side of the metric.
  • icon: a 32px x 32px icon may be displayed. Icons should only be displayed to the left of a metric. Units may still be displayed to the right of the metric, when an icon is displayed.

  • captionLabel: optional label, displayed beneath the KPI components.

The KPI components are implemented as FUIKPIMetricItem, FUIKPIUnitItem, and FUIKPIIconItem. All implement FUIKPIViewItem protocol. The developer should create instances of each of these components, and pass them to the items: [FUIKPIViewItem] property of the FUIKPIView.


This API of component items is conceptually similar to that of UIToolbar‘s items: [UIBarButtonItem]? property.

Color configuration:

  • Call setTintColor(_:for:) to configure tint color for disabled, normal, highlighted UIControlState. Setting tintColor is equivalent to call setTintColor(color, for: UIControlState.normal). If tintColor is not set by developer, colorScheme will be applied.
    • disabled: Color to be used when control is disabled.
    • normal: Color to be used when control is enabled.
    • highlighted: Color to be used when control is tapped on.



let kpiView = FUIKPIView(frame: CGRect())

Inside a Storyboard or xib:

  1. Drag and drop a UIView component to Interface Builder’s canvas.
  2. Switch custom class name from UIView to FUIKPIView and set module to SAPFiori.
  3. Create an outlet of the FUIKPIView to be able to access its properties.


// Do any additional setup after loading the view.

let unit = FUIKPIUnitItem(string: "$")
let metric = FUIKPIMetricItem(string: "294")
let unit2 = FUIKPIUnitItem(string: "USD")

self.kpiView.items = [unit, metric, unit2]
self.kpiView.captionlabel.text = "Label example can wrap to two lines"

let icon = FUIKPIIconItem(icon: #imageLiteral(resourceName: "ProfilePic"))
let metric2 = FUIKPIMetricItem(string: "2")

self.kpiIconView.items = [icon, metric2, unit2]
self.kpiIconView.captionlabel.text = "Documents Example of Two Line Wrap"


fdlFUIKPIView {
tint-color: @primary2;
  • Initialization method for a FUIKPIView takes a ‘CGRect"



    public override init(frame: CGRect)



    CGRect of the initial frame

  • Tag’s color scheme



    public var colorScheme: FUIBackgroundColorScheme { get set }
  • Declaration


    public var tintColorForState: Dictionary<UIControlState, UIColor>
  • Declaration


    public var _isTintColorOverridden: Bool
  • Optional label, displayed beneath the KPI components. Wraps to 2 lines, with a preferred max width of 216 px.



    public private(set) weak var captionlabel: FUILabel!
  • Array of FUIKPIViewItem‘s, which are laid-out sequentially in the FUIKPIView. Items will be baseline-aligned.


    developer should set the complete array value to this property, not attempt to mutate the array after it has been set. Subsequent mutations will not be tracked.



    public var items: [FUIKPIViewItem]? { get set }
  • Changes the tint color for the control based on the given state



    public func applyTintColor(forState state: UIControlState)




  • Formatting scenario, used by FUIKPIAttributesProvider

    • none: no previous item, no kerning
    • default: regular (minimum) kerning case
    • repeatingFraction: kerning appended to a leading fraction item, when the current item is also a fraction
    • repeatingUnit: kerning appended to a leading unit item, when the current item is also a unit
    See more



    public enum LeadingItemKerning