Friday, January 13, 2017

Network reachability status monitoring on iOS (Part 1)

ow-a-days you will hardly find an application which does not require any server side support to perform its tasks. As the days progress, almost all apps are collecting data from iOS applications and saving them in remote server for providing better cloud based services to its users. All cloud based applications needs to monitor network connectivity status to provide a better UX to its users. We can find them in Mail, Safari, App Store, Test Flight, Google Drive, Skype and so on. You might have handled such scenarios using Reachability Objective-C class by Apple. You might be wishing to have a Swift solution for that. Am I right? Yes? Take a deep breath, you are on your marks.


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iOS, iPhone, iPad, Objective-C, Swift