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Last Update: 04/January/2020.

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✍️ About

πŸ“± Framework that allows to get extended information about an iOS device.

πŸ“š Features

  • Device Type information
    • Easily get a device's identifier
    • Determine if an app running on a simulator or on an actual device
    • Includes information about an each iOS device
  • Device Storage status such as:
    • Total space
    • Free space
    • Used space
    • You can format the data using various units (by using ByteCountFormatter.Units)
  • Device Orientation information
    • Check whether the device is in .portrait or .landscape orientation without the need to make boilerplate UIDevice.current.orientation calls & if/else checks
    • You can use isPortrait property if you'd like
  • Device's Internet Connection status
    • Super easily check whether your device is connected to the internet
    • You can get the reachability status as well

✈️ Usage

Getting device's identifier:

let identifiers = UIDevice.current.deviceType
// `identifiers` will hold the corresponding devices' identifiers depending on your `iOS` model

Determing how much storage has left:

UIDevice.current.storageStatus.getFreeSpace(.useMB)
// Will print something like this:
// 139,197.3 MB

UIDevice.current.storageStatus.getFreeSpace(.useGB)
// Or you can change the unit type to Gigabytes:
// 139.16 GB

UIDevice.current.storageStatus.getFreeSpace(.useGB, includeUnitPostfix: false)
// If you don't want to get GB, MB postfixes then specify an optional parameter for `includeUnitPostfix`:
// 139.16

Checking the device's orientation:

let orienation = UIDevice.current.deviceOrientation

switch orientation {
  case .portrait:
    showDrawerView()
  case .landscape:
    hideDrawerView()
}

Getting the internet connection status:

let internet = UIDevice.current.internetConnection

guard internet.connection == .open else { 
  throw NetworkError.isNotAvailabe("Missing internet connection")
}

sendRequest()

πŸ— Installation

Swift Package Manager

Xcode 11+

  1. Open MenuBar β†’ File β†’ Swift Packages β†’ Add Package Dependency...
  2. Paste the package repository url https://github.com/jVirus/device-kit and hit Next.
  3. Select the installment rules.

After specifying which version do you want to install, the package will be downloaded and attached to your project.

Package.swift

If you already have a Package.swift or you are building your own package simply add a new dependency:

dependencies: [
    .package(url: "https://github.com/jVirus/device-kit", from: "1.0.0")
]

Manual

You can always use copy-paste the sources method πŸ˜„. Or you can compile the framework and include it with your project.

πŸ“ ToDo

  • β˜‘ Lightweight Network reachability (with NotificationCenter support or more safer approach in observing changes)
    • ☐ NotificationCenter observer support
  • β˜‘ Device orientation
    • ☐ NotificationCenter observer support
  • ☐ Interface orientation
    • ☐ NotificationCenter observer support

πŸ™‹β€β™€οΈπŸ™‹β€β™‚οΈContributing

  • There is just one main rule for contributors - please include your extensions in separete files. It's important since such extension can be more easily referenced and reused.
  • The other soft rule is - please include unit tests with your extensions.

πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’» Author

Astemir Eleev

πŸ”– Licence

The project is available under MIT licence

Github

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Releases

Initial release! - 2020-01-04 09:12:30