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A fun and convenient way to use Nuke
.package(url: "https://github.com/kean/NukeBuilder.git", from: "0.9.0")


A fun and convenient way to use Nuke.

See API Reference for a complete list of available options.


Downloading an image and applying processors.

import NukeBuilder
ImagePipeline.shared.image(with: URL(string: "https://")!)
    .resize(width: 320)
    .blur(radius: 10)
    .load { result in
// Returns a discardable `ImageTask`

Starting with Nuke 10, instead of loading an image right away, you can also create a Combine publisher.

ImagePipeline.image(with: "https://example.com/image.jpeg")
    .resize(width: 320)

You can take the same image that you described previously and automatically display in a view.

let image = ImagePipeline.shared.image(with: URL(string: "https://")!)
    .resize(width: 320)
    .blur(radius: 10)
let imageView: UIImageView

image.display(in: imageView)
    .transition(.fadeIn(duration: 0.33))
    .contentMode(.center, for: .placeholder)

When you call display(in:) method you get access to a variety of new options specific to the image view.


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


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Release Notes

NukeBuilder 0.9.0
2 weeks ago
  • Update to Nuke 10.0
  • Rename package to NukeBuilder
  • Use ImageRequestConvertible
  • Add Combine support
  • Add ImagePipeline typealias for convenience

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