The YapImageManager is a powerful library for efficiently managing and displaying images in your iOS applications. It offers a comprehensive set of features to help you handle image caching, downloading, and display with ease.
- Efficient image caching to improve performance.
- Image downloading with progress notifications.
- Automatic cache eviction policies to manage memory usage.
- Thumbnail generation and display for faster loading.
- Support for multiple image sources, including local and remote URLs.
- Customizable options for cache size, memory limits, and more.
- Integration with popular image loading frameworks like SDWebImage and AFNetworking.
To use YapImageManager in your iOS project, follow these steps:
- Open your project in Xcode.
- Navigate to your project’s target and go to the “General” tab.
- Scroll down to the “Frameworks, Libraries, and Embedded Content” section.
- Click the “+” button to add a new framework or library.
- Search for “YapImageManager” and select it from the search results.
- Click “Add” to add the library to your project.
To start using YapImageManager in your code, follow these steps:
- Import the YapImageManager module in the relevant source file.
- Create an instance of the YapImageManager using the desired configuration options.
- Use the YapImageManager instance to fetch or display images as required.
For detailed code examples and implementation details, please refer to the official YapImageManager documentation and API reference.
The YapImageManager library is compatible with iOS 9.0 and above.
YapImageManager is released under the MIT license. For more information, please see the LICENSE file provided with the library.