Welcome to the documentation for the ImagePreview library!
ImagePreview is a powerful and lightweight library for displaying image previews in your iOS applications. It provides an intuitive and user-friendly way to preview images, allowing your users to zoom, pan, and rotate images with ease.
To install ImagePreview in your project, simply follow these steps:
- Add the following line to your Podfile:
- Run the following command:
You are now ready to start using ImagePreview in your project!
The ImagePreview library makes it easy to integrate image previews into your application.
1. Import the Library
To get started, import the library into your view controller:
2. Create and Configure the Image Preview
Next, create an instance of the
ImagePreviewViewController and configure it with the desired image:
let previewViewController = ImagePreviewViewController(image: UIImage(named: "example.jpg"))
3. Present the Image Preview
Finally, present the image preview to the user:
present(previewViewController, animated: true, completion: nil)
You can customize the image preview by adjusting various properties of the
ImagePreviewViewController. For example, you can set the initial zoom level, enable/disable rotation, and more.
The ImagePreview library offers several additional features to enhance the user experience:
Zooming and Panning
Users can easily zoom in and out of the image, as well as pan across the image to see different parts of it.
Users can rotate the image to view it from different angles.
The library provides support for common gestures, such as double tap to zoom, pinch to zoom, and swipe to dismiss.
The library offers delegate methods that allow you to respond to events, such as when the zoom level changes or when the image is rotated.
Thank you for choosing ImagePreview for your iOS application. We hope this documentation has been helpful in getting you started with the library. Enjoy!