o

2.1.0

Output and Input for File, URL, and Console
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What's New

2.1.0

2023-02-05T23:10:51Z

What's Changed

  • Improve usage with non JSON functions. Added String and Data functions for in and out. by @0xLeif in #7

Full Changelog: 2.0.0...2.1.0

o

Output and Input

What is o?

o is a simple framework to output to a file, url, the console, or even register notification using UserNotifications. o can also get input from a file, url, or console.

Where can o be used?

Currently, o can be used on macOS, iOS, and watchOS.

Examples

o.console

o.console.out("Value to print: ", terminator: "") //    (oTests/oTests.swift@7) [testExample()]: Value to print:
o.console.out(o.console.in()) // Type in "???";         (oTests/oTests.swift@8) [testExample()]: Optional("???")

o.file

let fileContents = 4
let folderPath = "./TestFolder"
let filename = "SomeNumber"

try o.file.createDirectory(path: folderPath)

// Write the value 4, an Int, to a file named `filename` in the `folderPath` directory. Files using o.file are base64Encoded by default.
try o.file.out(fileContents, path: folderPath, filename: filename, base64Encoded: false)

// Asserts
XCTAssertEqual(try o.file.in(path: folderPath, filename: filename), 4)

// Delete the File
try o.file.delete(path: folderPath, filename: filename)

// Assert deletion
XCTAssertThrowsError(try o.file.in(path: folderPath, filename: filename) as Int)

o.url

struct Post: Codable {
    let userId: Int
    let id: Int
    let title: String
    let body: String
}

// GET Request

let (data, response) = try await o.url.get(
    url: URL(string: "api/posts")!
)

// POST Request

let post = Post(userId: 1, id: 1, title: "First!", body: "")

let (_, response) = try await o.url.post(
    url: URL(string: "api/posts/\(post.id)")!,
    body: try? JSONEncoder().encode(post)
)

print(response)

o.notification

// Request Notification Authorization 
o.notification.requestAuthorization()

// Set UNUserNotificationCenter.current's delegate to `o.notification.delegate`
o.notification.registerDelegate()

// Schedule a Notification
o.notification.post(
    title: "Hello!",
    subtitle: "o.notification",
    body: "Woo Hoo!",
    trigger: UNTimeIntervalNotificationTrigger(
        timeInterval: 3,
        repeats: false
    )
)

Description

  • Swift Tools 5.5.0
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Dependencies

  • None
Last updated: Mon Feb 06 2023 03:13:15 GMT-0500 (GMT-05:00)