Reading List is a free, open source iOS app for iPhone and iPad. Reading List allows users to track and catalog the books they read.
- Xcode 10.1
Reading List uses a couple of package managers:
- Mint, to manage Swift command line tool packages
- Bundler, to manage Ruby tools
- SwiftLint, to enforce Swift style and conventions
brew install mint brew install swiftlint gem install bundler
The Xcode project should be generated by running XcodeGen:
mint run yonaskolb/XcodeGen
Reading List uses various third party libraries, which are managed using CocoaPods. To ensure that CocoaPods is installed, run
bundler install. To install the libraries, run:
Reading List is written in Swift, and primarily uses Apple provided technologies.
Reading List uses Core Data for data persistence. There are three entities used in Reading List:
List. The attributes and relations between then are illustrated below:
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v1.7.6 - Mar 22, 2018
v1.7 - Feb 13, 2018
Custom Lists. You can now create your own lists and add whichever books you want to it. "Favourites", "Wish List", "Borrowed from the Library" - whatever you need. Add the lists from the book details page (or from the To Read / Finished pages); view the lists from the new Organise tab.
Reworked book details page. The book details page has had a little re-layout, to make it look nicer. On iPads, the extra space is used more effectively.
Share button. Easily share the title and author of a book with the share button on the book details page.
- Numerous other tweaks and improvements.
v1.6 - Oct 10, 2017
- Add multiple books at once when searching online: tap “Select Many” at the bottom and select the books to be added. Note: when adding multiple books, they will all be added as “To Read”
- More "swipe" actions: the Edit Book and Reading Log screens are now accessible by swiping the table cells. They also have icons now. (iOS 11 only, sorry)
- Edit multiple books at once: when you tap "Edit" on the book table, you can now select multiple books. You can mark them as Started or Finished, or Delete them - all at once
- New "Find on Amazon" option available when tapping the Share/Action button on the book details screen. This takes you to a book search on your local Amazon site. Disclaimer: if you buy any books from these links, Amazon will give me a few pennies!
- A confirmation dialog is shown when attempting to cancel a screen which has unsaved changes (e.g. editing book details)
- New design of the Start and Finish buttons on the book details screen
- Removed a superfluous (and confusing) Cancel button from the Online Search page
- Fixed a typo
1.5.1 - Oct 7, 2017
Minor bug fixes
1.5 - Sep 30, 2017
- iOS 11 support, including some visual tweaks to match the iOS 11 design style (note: marking a book as started / finished is now done by a swipe to the right, rather than to the left).
- Dynamic text size support: the app now adjusts the text sizes according to your device's Accessibility settings
- After adding a new book, the table now scrolls to the new book's position
- When exporting, the file now includes the name of the device
- Various minor bug fixes