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EZSwiftExtensions

Carthage compatible CocoaPods Compatible
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How Swift standard types and classes were supposed to work. A collection of useful extensions for the Swift Standard Library, Foundation, and UIKit.

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Example Usage

Easily get an object at a specified index:

var myArray = ["charmander","bulbasaur","squirtle"]
print(myArray.get(1)) // "bulbasaur"

Easily access a random element:

var myArray = ["charmander","bulbasaur","squirtle"]
print(myArray.random()) // bulbasaur or something else

Easily find the indexes of an object:

var myArray = ["charmander","bulbasaur","squirtle","charmander"]
print(myArray.indexesOf("charmander")) // [0,3]

Easily check if an array contains another array:

var myArray = ["charmander","bulbasaur","squirtle"]
print(myArray.containsArray(["charmander","bulbasaur"])) // true
print(myArray.containsArray(["string"])) // false

Block Objects These objects use completion blocks instead of selectors, taken from: CEMKit-Swift Easily initialize a BlockButton:

let button = BlockButton(x: 0, y: 0, w: 100, h: 100) { (sender) -> Void in
    print("Block button clicked!")
}
let button1 = BlockButton(x: 0, y: 0, w: 100, h: 100)
button1.addAction { (sender) -> Void in
    print("Block button clicked!")
}

// There are also BlockWebView, BlockTap, BlockPan, BlockSwipe, BlockPinch, BlockLongPress

Easily convert between different types:

var myCGFloat = myInt.toCGFloat
var myString = myInt.toString
var myDouble = myString.toDouble
var myInt = myDouble.toInt

Easily toggle it:

var myBool: Bool = true
print(myBool.toggle()) // false

Easily initialize your objects:

let myView = UIView(x: 0, y: 0, w: 100, h: 100)
print(myView.frame) // (0.0, 0.0, 100.0, 100.0)

Easily access your ViewController on top of your view stack:

ez.topMostViewController?.presentViewController(myAlertController, animated: true, completion: nil)
// topMostViewController is your rootViewController
// Intended for showing small VCs like UIAlertControllerstring.length, string.capitalizefirst, string.trim, string.isemail, 

Easily initialize your colors:

let myColor = UIColor(r: 100, g: 100, b: 100) // Default alpha is 1

Easily run block of codes after a certain delay:

Timer.runThisAfterDelay(seconds: 2) { () -> () in
    print("Prints this 2 seconds later in main queue")
}

Easily run code every seconds:

var count = 0
Timer.runThisEvery(seconds: 1) { (timer) -> Void in
    print("Will print every second")
    if count == 3 {
        timer?.invalidate()
    }
    count += 1
}

Easily access your projects version and build numbers:

print(ez.appVersion) // 0.3
print(ez.appBuild) // 7
print(ez.appVersionAndBuild) // v0.3(7)

Easily track screen shots:
ez.detectScreenShot { () -> () in
    print("User took a screen shot")
}

Installation

Manually (~10 seconds)

  1. Download and drop '/Sources' in your project.
  2. Congratulations!

Install via CocoaPods (~10 seconds)

You can use CocoaPods to install EZSwiftExtensions by adding it to your Podfile:

platform :ios, '8.0'
use_frameworks!
pod 'EZSwiftExtensions' #Stable release for Swift 3.0

pod 'EZSwiftExtensions', :git => 'https://github.com/goktugyil/EZSwiftExtensions.git' #Latest release for Swift 3.0
pod 'EZSwiftExtensions', :git => 'https://github.com/goktugyil/EZSwiftExtensions.git', :branch => 'Swift2.3' #For Swift 2.3
pod 'EZSwiftExtensions', '~> 1.6' #For Swift 2.2

To get the full benefits import EZSwiftExtensions wherever you import UIKit

import UIKit
import EZSwiftExtensions

Install via Carthage

Create a Cartfile that lists the framework and run carthage bootstrap. Follow the instructions to add $(SRCROOT)/Carthage/Build/iOS/EZSwiftExtensions.framework to an iOS project.

github "goktugyil/EZSwiftExtensions"

Requirements

  • Swift 2 or later

Possible features

  • More extensions! Please if there is an extension you are constantly using, send a pull request now!
  • Fancy pictures and jpgs in documentation.
  • Documentations inside code
  • List of contents inside readme
  • Completing TODOs in source code.
  • OSX compatibility and add here https://github.com/AndrewSB/awesome-osx

Sources Used

And countless gists and stackoverflow answers.

License

EZSwiftExtensions is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file.

Keywords

swift, extension, uikit, exswift, foundation, library, framework, tool