TRON - Lightweight network abstraction layer, written on top of Alamofire

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TRON is a lightweight network abstraction layer, built on top of Alamofire. It can be used to dramatically simplify interacting with RESTful JSON web-services. TRON object serves as initial configurator for APIRequest, setting all base values and configuring to use with baseURL.

https://github.com/MLSDev/TRON

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