It’s not yet another networking library.
👉 Developer’s Notes
👉 On GitHub
A minimalist Swift “micro-wrapper” on top of URLSession to handle retries. Remember, these days URLSession is very good, and we may not want to use a full-fledged third-party networking library. Via iOS Dev Weekly.
Holy crap, there’s finally a dedicated iOS API (NWPathMonitor) that detects and monitors network status!
👉 Detecting Internet Access on iOS 12+
We’ve been dealing with or avoiding the problem of network connectivity on iOS apps for years. Now you can monitor the network status with a callback sort of like you would with location or other services. And you can specify wi-fi or cellular.
I’m glad this finally made it to the to of Apple’s backlog! 👍
The iOS network layer developed by Twitter.
The Twitter Network Layer (TNL) is a framework for interfacing with the Apple provided
NSURLSession stack that provides additional levels of control and insight over networking requests, provides simple configurability and minimizes the cognitive load necessary to maintain a robust and wide-reaching networking system.