Asyncrounously download and display images in Swift UI. Supports progress indicators, placeholders and image transitions.
Asyncrounously download and display images declaratively. Supports progress indicators, placeholders and image transitions. Flexible caching options.
Flexible caching and image fetching done in background. Currently tested with basic
List as seen in Example
It's great that Apple now has official support for async images, however:
- Is supported from iOS 13
- Supports caching (in memory, on disk, and custom)
- Supports progress indicators (including download fraction) and custom transitions
- Has in depth, customisable logging
SwURL is available only through
Swift Package Manager
- Open Xcode
- Go to
File > Swift Packages > Add Package Dependency...
- Paste this Github Repo URL ( https://github.com/cmtrounce/SwURL ) into the search bar.
- Select the SwURL repo from the search results.
- Choose the branch/version you want to clone. The most recent release is the most stable but you can choose branches
developfor the most up to date changes.
- Confirm and enjoy!
Read the Documentation
Get started by reading the documentation in your browser here.
The documentation includes usage examples and makes the code easier to explore.
There is also an example project in this repo that you can give a try.
Join the SwURL Gitter community at https://gitter.im/SwURL-package/community and message me directly. Recommended for quicker response time.
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