VandelayQr adds QR code support to Vandelay. It includes a QR code importer that can import strings and data by scanning QR codes. It also has a class that can create QR code images from URLs.
If you use CocoaPods, add this line to your
If you use Carthage, add this line to your
carthage update --platform iOS:
VandelayQR has no data exporters, but you can use the
StandardQrCodeGenerator implementation to create images
of QR codes, that refer to urls that contain importable data.
If you add
VandelayQr, you get access to the following importer:
databy scanning QR codes
To use this feature, make sure to specify a
text in Info.plist. Otherwise, the app will crash. Also make sure that
the app can fetch the scanned url, by configuring the app
NSAppTransportSecurity setting. The app has
true. For real world apps, this is considered a bad practice.
The main Vandelay repository contains an example app, that shows you how to use the QR code support.
Versions < 1.0.0 will have breaking changes between minor versions, so VandelayQr 0.8.0 will probably not be compatible with 0.7.0 etc.
Daniel Saidi, firstname.lastname@example.org
VandelayQr is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.