kandi X-RAY | AlamofireImage Summary
kandi X-RAY | AlamofireImage Summary
AlamofireImage is an image component library for Alamofire.
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In my project I was using AlamofireImage in swift. Now we replaced AlamofireImage with the KingFisher library. I have created a struct using below to fit the filter...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-22 at 16:57
To create Kingfisher image processor you need to implement
When I try to archive an app on Xcode, I receive many errors regarding the cocoa pods saying that "multiple commands produce...". I believe it is because the app has multiple build schemes using the same cocoapods. One app from the project was able to archive, but the other scheme that I created won't work.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-05 at 21:53
run pod deintegrate then remove podfile.lock then pod install then set build active architecture to yes also, it maybe help if u put this at the end of pod file
I recently migrated to Alamofire 5.2
Our backend has incorrect MIME types for images that we're expected to support on the front end e.g. image.jpg instead of image.jpeg
Old version of Alamofire allowed for exceptions using:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-13 at 14:06
import AlamofireImage ImageResponseSerializer.addAcceptableImageContentTypes(["image/jpg"])
I attemp to fetch image from Firebase storage, but have error message:
Alamofire.AFError.responseValidationFailed(reason: Alamofire.AFError.ResponseValidationFailureReason.unacceptableContentType(acceptableContentTypes: ["image/x-xbitmap", "image/jpeg", "application/octet-stream", "image/gif", "image/ico", "image/tiff", "image/x-icon", "image/bmp", "image/x-bmp", "image/x-win-bitmap", "image/png", "image/x-ms-bmp"], responseContentType: "application/json")
I can download this image via browser.
I found the same situation:
- Response Content-Type was missing and acceptable content types
- Make sure you set alamofire acceptable content types
- Image Response Serializers
These hints didn't help me to fix my bug.
Version of pod:
- Alamofire: 5.0.2
- AlamofireImage 4.0.2
And I decided to use this approach to fix bug, but has the same error and I don't understand why(from docs):
If you can see in error-message I have:
So does it have any side effect to fetch image? What I do wrong at all?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-02 at 05:43
First, your request headers have nothing do with whether the response is valid, so adding
image/jpeg there won't help. Second, your response is return an
application/json content type, so adding
image/jpeg to the acceptable content types won't help (and
image/jpeg is already acceptable). (As an aside, you need to
import AlamofireImage to get
addAcceptableImageContentTypes to work.)
In the end, you should ensure you're getting the response you expect, as an
application/json content type implies you're getting a JSON body, not an image fro your request. When I request the URL you posted, I get this JSON response:
I am trying to transfer a variable containing an array from my app delegate to a class that I call DataSource. But I am having trouble transferring the data. When I looked and tried to debug my app, it showed that the variable in my class, DataSource has no value while the variable from my app Delegate had values. Here is my code, can anyone help me out? [also, this I used swiftui in this app]
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-27 at 02:25
Here's a minimal example that explains my comment:
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