## Overview

The `APNSubgroupOperationQueue` is a powerful library for managing and executing a queue of sub-operations in iOS applications. It provides a convenient way to manage and prioritize simultaneous operations within a larger operation. With its intuitive API, developers can easily create sophisticated workflows using sub-operations.

## Features

– **Sub-Operation Management:** `APNSubgroupOperationQueue` allows you to add, remove, and manage sub-operations within a main operation.
– **Priority-based Execution:** You can prioritize the execution of sub-operations based on their importance or order.
– **Concurrent Execution:** The queue supports concurrent execution, enabling multiple sub-operations to run simultaneously.
– **Dependency Management:** Define dependencies between sub-operations and ensure they are executed in the required order.
– **Progress Tracking:** Track the progress of the entire operation or individual sub-operations using delegates or blocks.
– **Cancellation Support:** Cancel the execution of specific sub-operations or the entire operation if needed.
– **Error Handling:** Handle errors during the execution of sub-operations and take appropriate actions.
– **Intuitive API:** The library provides a clean and easy-to-use API for managing sub-operations.

## Installation

1. Open your project in Xcode.
2. Add the `APNSubgroupOperationQueue` library to your project.
3. Add the necessary import statement:
import APNSubgroupOperationQueue
4. You’re ready to use `APNSubgroupOperationQueue`!

## Getting Started

To get started, follow the steps below to create and configure the `APNSubgroupOperationQueue`.

1. Create an instance of the `APNSubgroupOperationQueue`:
let subgroupOperationQueue = APNSubgroupOperationQueue()

2. Add sub-operations to the queue:

3. Set priorities for sub-operations if necessary:

4. Set up dependencies between sub-operations:
subgroupOperationQueue.addDependency(dependentSubOperation, on: mainSubOperation)

5. Implement delegates or blocks to track the progress of the operation or individual sub-operations:
subgroupOperationQueue.subOperationDidFinishBlock = { subOperation in
print(“Sub-operation \(subOperation) finished”)

6. Start the execution of the operation:

## Example Usage

Here’s an example of how you can use `APNSubgroupOperationQueue` in your iOS application:

let subgroupOperationQueue = APNSubgroupOperationQueue()

// Create sub-operations
let downloadOperation = DownloadOperation()
let parseOperation = ParseOperation()
let saveOperation = SaveOperation()

// Set up dependencies
subgroupOperationQueue.addDependency(parseOperation, on: downloadOperation)
subgroupOperationQueue.addDependency(saveOperation, on: parseOperation)

// Add sub-operations to the queue
subgroupOperationQueue.addOperations([downloadOperation, parseOperation, saveOperation])

// Set priorities

// Track progress using delegates
subgroupOperationQueue.delegate = self

// Start execution

## Conclusion

`APNSubgroupOperationQueue` simplifies the execution and management of sub-operations within iOS applications. By providing functionalities like priority-based execution, dependency management, progress tracking, and error handling, it enables developers to build robust and efficient workflows. Start using `APNSubgroupOperationQueue` to enhance the efficiency of your operations and streamline your app’s functionality.