Gleam iOS client for VK Hackathon 2018
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Gleam for iOS

Skin cancer screening app.

About Gleam

Skin cancer is in third place in terms of the incidence of oncology detection in Russian men and second in women. The five-year threshold is experienced by only half of the patients. Even with the second stage of melanoma and with proper treatment. Therefore, an early production diagnosis is practically the only way to get a favorable prognosis for treatment. The solution could be a mobile application, with which you can make an early diagnosis and promptly seek treatment.

CoreML model

You can get acquainted with the results of the training model in this repository. A detailed description of the problem and its solution can be found in my article.


Bug Reports & Feature Requests

Please use GitHub issues to report any bugs or file feature requests. If you want fix it yourself or suggest a new feature, feel free to send in a pull request. For any bugs please include the following information:

  • The iOS version of the device
  • The model of the device (iPhone 7 plus, iPhone X etc)
  • If you are running the App Store version of the app or a version that you've compiled yourself
  • The fork or branch used if you've compiled the app yourself

Pull requests

Pull requests should include information about what has been changed. Also, try to include screenshots or links to issues in order to better review the pull request.


In order to compile Gleam you will need to meet the following requirements:

- A Mac with Xcode 8.1 or later
- Git command line tools or a git source control client like GitKraken.
- Cocoapods as dependency manager for Swift and Objective-C Cocoa projects.


Gleam is available under the MIT license. See the file for more info.