A Swift Encoder for encoding any Encodable value into an array of URLQueryItem.
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URLQueryItemEncoder

A Swift Encoder for encoding any Encodable value into an array of URLQueryItem. As part of the SE-0166, Swift has a foundation for any type to define how its value should be archived. This encoder allows you to encode those value into an array of URLQueryItem which represent that value in one command.

struct Language {
  let name: String
  let age: Int
}

let person = Language(name: "Swift", age: 4)
let encoder = URLQueryItemEncoder()
let items = try encoder.encode(person)
// items == [URLQueryItem(name: "name", value: "Swift"), URLQueryItem(name: "age", value: "4")]

Requirements

  • iOS 8+
  • Swift 4.0+

Installation

Manually

This project comes with built in URLQueryItemEncoder framework target. You can drag URLQueryItemEncoder.xcproj file into your project, add URLQueryItemEncoder framework target as a target dependency and link/embed that framework. and Voila!!!

import URLQueryItemEncoder

Or you can copy the URLQueryItemEncoder.swift file into your project.

CocoaPods

Add the following to your Podfile

pod 'URLQueryItemEncoder'
use_frameworks!

Carthage

Add the following to your Cartfile

github "pitiphong-p/URLQueryItemEncoder"

Usage

The URLQueryItemEncoder has a simple and familiar API. It has only 1 method for performing the encoding and 1 strategy for choosing how to encode the Array Index key.

let encoder = URLQueryItemEncoder()
let items = try encoder.encode(person)

Contact

Pitiphong Phongpattranont

License

URLQueryItemEncoder is released under an MIT License.
Copyright © 2017-present Pitiphong Phongpattranont.