Welcome to the AWKit documentation! AWKit is a powerful toolkit for iOS development that enhances your app’s functionality and UI. It provides a set of components, utilities, and tools to simplify and speed up your development process. Whether you are new to AWKit or an experienced user, this documentation will help you understand and utilize all the features and capabilities it has to offer.
## Getting Started
To get started with AWKit, you need to follow these steps for installation:
1. Open your Xcode project.
2. Go to **File** > **Swift Packages** > **Add Package Dependency**.
3. In the search field, enter `https://github.com/awkit/awkit.git`.
4. Click **Next** and select the desired version of AWKit.
5. Click **Finish** to complete the installation.
After installing AWKit, you need to configure your project to use it:
1. Open your Xcode project.
2. Navigate to your project’s target settings.
3. Go to **General** > **Frameworks, Libraries, and Embedded Content**.
4. Add AWKit.framework by clicking the **+** button.
5. Make sure the framework is set to **Embed & Sign**.
That’s it! AWKit is now successfully installed and configured in your project.
### 1. AWButton
The AWButton component provides a customizable button with various styles and behavioral options. It supports both text and image-based buttons, and you can easily update its appearance and behaviors using the provided properties.
let button = AWButton(frame: CGRect(x: 50, y: 100, width: 200, height: 50)) button.setTitle("Click Me", for: .normal) button.addTarget(self, action: #selector(buttonTapped), for: .touchUpInside) view.addSubview(button)
### 2. AWLabel
The AWLabel component is a custom label that allows you to customize the appearance of text elements. It provides additional functionalities such as supporting multilines, adjusting line spacing, and setting different fonts for different sections of the text.
let label = AWLabel(frame: CGRect(x: 50, y: 100, width: 200, height: 100)) label.text = "Hello, AWLabel!" label.numberOfLines = 0 label.textColor = .black label.textAlignment = .center view.addSubview(label)
### 1. AWLogger
AWLogger is a powerful logging utility that helps you debug your application. It enables you to print log messages with various log levels, making it easier to track issues and monitor the flow of your program.
AWLogger.shared.log(level: .debug, message: "Debug message") AWLogger.shared.log(level: .warning, message: "Warning message") AWLogger.shared.log(level: .error, message: "Error message")
### 2. AWFileManager
AWFileManager provides a set of useful methods for managing files and directories in your iOS app. It allows you to create, delete, move, and copy files and directories easily, making file operations a breeze.
let fileManager = AWFileManager.shared let documentsDirectory = fileManager.documentsDirectory() // Create a directory let directoryPath = documentsDirectory.appendingPathComponent("MyDirectory") fileManager.createDirectory(at: directoryPath) // Create a file let filePath = directoryPath.appendingPathComponent("MyFile.txt") fileManager.createFile(at: filePath, contents: nil) // Copy a file let destinationPath = documentsDirectory.appendingPathComponent("CopiedFile.txt") fileManager.copyItem(at: filePath, to: destinationPath) // Move a file let newFilePath = directoryPath.appendingPathComponent("MovedFile.txt") fileManager.moveItem(at: filePath, to: newFilePath) // Delete a file fileManager.deleteItem(at: filePath)
This concludes the detailed overview of AWKit and its components. By utilizing the various components and utilities provided by AWKit, you can enhance your app’s functionality and improve the development experience. Refer to the official AWKit documentation and explore its rich set of features to make your iOS app even more powerful.