Monday, January 16, 2017

Alamofire Tutorial: Getting Started

Alamofire is a Swift-based HTTP networking library for iOS and Mac OS X. It provides an elegant interface on top of Apple's Foundation networking stack that simplifies a number of common networking tasks. Alamofire provides chainable request/response methods, JSON parameter and response serialization, authentication, and many other features. In this Alamofire tutorial, you'll use Alamofire to perform basic networking tasks like uploading files and requesting data from a third-party RESTful API. Alamofire's elegance comes from the fact it was written from the ground up in Swift and does not inherit anything from its Objective-C counterpart, AFNetworking. You should have a conceptual understanding of HTTP networking and some exposure to Apple's networking classes such as URLSession. While Alamofire does obscure some implementation details, it's good to have some background knowledge if you ever need to troubleshoot your network requests. You'll also need CocoaPods installed to pull Alamofire into the project.

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