Easily handle errors and present them to the user in a nice way.
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Easily handle errors and present them to the user in a nice way. Travis Carthage Compatible Plaform GitHub license

📦 Installation


github "nodes-ios/Blobfish" ~> 1.0

Last versions compatible with lower Swift versions:

Swift 2.3
github "nodes-ios/Blobfish" == 0.2.0

Swift 2.2
github "nodes-ios/Blobfish" == 0.1.2

🔧 Setup

Blob & Blobbable

TODO: Add instructions

Alamofire Extension

In your AppDelegate's applicationDidFinishLaunching:launchOptions: function first do the basic setup of Blobfish:

Blobfish.AlamofireConfig.blobForTokenExpired = {
    let action = Blob.AlertAction(title: "Ok", handler: {
        // Your custom actions on token expired go here
    return Blob(title: "Token Expired", 
    			style: .Alert(message: "Your token has expired. Please log in again.", actions: [action]))

Blobfish.AlamofireConfig.blobForUnknownError = { _, _ in
    let action = Blob.AlertAction(title: "Ok", handler: nil)
    return Blob(title: "Uknown Error", 
    			style: .Alert(message: "Unknown error happened, please try again.", actions: [action]))

Blobfish.AlamofireConfig.blobForConnectionError = { _ in
    return Blob(title: "Connection error, please try again.", style: .Overlay)

There is an extension to Alamofire Response to make it adhere to the Blobbable protocol, so handling errors in your callbacks should be a breeze.

func doSomeRequest(completion: Response<AnyObject, NSError> -> Void) { ... }
// ...
doSomeRequest(completion: { response in 
	switch response.result {
	case .Failure(_):
		// First, handle your custom error codes manually
		if response.response?.statusCode == 870 {
			// Your code to handle a custom error code
		} else {
			// Fallback to Blobfish
	default: break

👥 Credits

Made with ❤️ at Nodes.

📄 License

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