SkPhotoBrowser is a powerful iOS photo browser library that allows users to easily display and swipe through a collection of images. With customizable features and a user-friendly interface, SkPhotoBrowser offers a seamless and immersive photo viewing experience. This page provides detailed information about the SkPhotoBrowser library, including its features, installation instructions, usage examples, and more. Get ready to enhance your iOS app with stunning photo browsing capabilities!

## Features

### 1. Interactive Photo Browsing

Engage your users with an interactive and seamless photo browsing experience. SkPhotoBrowser enables smooth and intuitive swiping gestures to navigate through a collection of images, making it effortless to explore and enjoy visual content within your app.

### 2. Customizable User Interface

Tailor the appearance of the photo browser to match the design aesthetics of your app. SkPhotoBrowser provides customization options such as changing the toolbar color, toolbar buttons, status bar style, and more.

### 3. Flexible Image Display

Display images from various sources, including local files, URLs, and NSData objects. SkPhotoBrowser can seamlessly handle high-resolution images and supports zooming and panning functionalities to let users examine images up close.

### 4. Image Captions

Enhance the photo browsing experience by including captions for each image. SkPhotoBrowser allows adding captions to images, providing additional context or information to captivate your users.

### 5. Fullscreen Mode

Immerse your users in a fullscreen viewing experience. SkPhotoBrowser supports a fullscreen mode, allowing the images to occupy the entire screen, removing any distractions and providing an optimal photo browsing environment.

## Installation

### CocoaPods

To integrate SkPhotoBrowser into your Xcode project using CocoaPods, follow these steps:

1. Add the following line to your `Podfile`:
pod ‘SKPhotoBrowser’
2. Run `pod install` command in your terminal.

### Manual

If you prefer manual installation, follow the steps below:

1. Download the latest version of SkPhotoBrowser from the [GitHub repository](
2. Copy the contents of the `SKPhotoBrowser` folder into your Xcode project.
3. Make sure to include all necessary files and frameworks in your project’s build settings.

## Usage

### 1. Importing the Library

Include the SkPhotoBrowser library in your Swift code by adding the following import statement:
import SKPhotoBrowser

### 2. Creating a Photo Browser Instance

To create a photo browser and display a collection of images, use the following code snippet:
let photos = createPhotos() // Create an array of SKPhoto objects representing your images
let browser = SKPhotoBrowser(photos: photos)
browser.initializePageIndex(0) // Set the initial page index (optional)
present(browser, animated: true, completion: nil)

### 3. Adding Captions to Images

To add captions or descriptions to your images, you can set the `caption` property of each `SKPhoto` object in your photo array:
let photo = SKPhoto.photoWithImageURL(“”)
photo.caption = “A stunning landscape”

### 4. Customizing the Appearance

You can customize various aspects of the photo browser’s appearance using the `SKPhotoBrowserOptions` class. For example, to set a custom background color for the toolbar, use the following code:
SKPhotoBrowserOptions.backgroundColor = .black
Refer to the [official documentation]( for a comprehensive list of available customization options.

## Documentation and Support

For more information and detailed usage examples, refer to the [official GitHub repository]( If you encounter any issues, you can open a GitHub issue on the repository or seek support from the developer community.