VandelayQr adds QR code support to Vandelay. It adds a
QrCodeImporter that can import strings and data by scanning QR codes. It also provides tools for creating QR code images from any URL.
Swift Package Manager
The easiest way to add VandelayQr to your project is to use Swift Package Manager:
VandelayQR has no data exporters, but you can use the
QrCodeGenerator protocol and
StandardQrCodeGenerator implementation to create QR code images with urls that contain importable data.
If you add
VandelayQr, you get access to the following importer:
databy scanning QR codes
To use this importer, you must add
Info.plist. Otherwise, the app will crash. You must also configure
Info.plist to make sure that the app can fetch the scanned url.
The demo app has
NSAllowsArbitraryLoads set to
true. For real world apps, this is considered a bad practice.
This repo contains a demo app that lets you import data by scanning a QR code. To run the demo app, open and run the
I hope you like this library. Feel free to reach out if you have questions or if you want to contribute in any way:
Vandelay is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.
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0.8.0 - Oct 9, 2019
This version moves stuff around between Vandelay and its add-ons. This means that I have had some trial and error getting it to work, but the
0.8.1 version works with both CocoaPods and Carthage. I version bump
0.8.1 as well.
The add-ons no longer have their own demo projects, since this meant I had to duplicate code en-masse. I moved the demo code to this repo and disabled it for now, since I could not get Carthage to ignore building the example app, which had a bunch of private dependencies. I will add it as a GitHub issue for future fixing.
0.9.0 - Oct 9, 2019
This version adds support for Swift 5.1 and Swift Package Manager.