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atlantis - A little and powerful iOS framework for intercepting HTTP/HTTPS Traffic.

  •    Swift

A little and powerful iOS framework for intercepting HTTP/HTTPS Traffic from your app. No more messing around with proxy, certificate config. From Atlantis 1.9.0+, Atlantis is capable of capturing all WS/WSS Traffic, which is made by URLSessionWebSocketTask, and send to Proxyman app. You don't need to config anything, it works out of the box.

Alamofire - Elegant HTTP Networking in Swift

  •    Swift

Alamofire is an HTTP networking library written in Swift. It supports Chainable Request / Response Methods, Upload File / Data / Stream / MultipartFormData, Download File using Request or Resume Data, TLS Certificate and Public Key Pinning, Network Reachability, HTTP Response Validation, URL / JSON Parameter Encoding and lot more.

Malibu - :surfer: Malibu is a networking library built on promises

  •    Swift

Palm trees, coral reefs and breaking waves. Welcome to the surf club Malibu, a networking library built on promises. It's more than just a wrapper around URLSession, but a powerful framework that helps to chain your requests, validations and request processing. If you still don't see any benefits, keep scrolling down and be ready for even more magic 😉...




Malibu - :surfer: Malibu is a networking library built on promises

  •    Swift

Palm trees, coral reefs and breaking waves. Welcome to the surf club Malibu, a networking library built on promises. It's more than just a wrapper around URLSession, but a powerful framework that helps to chain your requests, validations and request processing. If you still don't see any benefits, keep scrolling down and be ready for even more magic 😉...

Restofire - Restofire is a protocol oriented network abstraction layer in swift that is built on top of Alamofire to use services in a declarative way

  •    Swift

Restofire is a protocol oriented network abstraction layer in swift that is built on top of Alamofire to use services in a declarative way. Carthage is a decentralized dependency manager that automates the process of adding frameworks to your Cocoa application.

Digger - Digger is a lightweight download framework that requires only one line of code to complete the file download task

  •    Swift

Digger is a lightweight download framework that requires only one line of code to complete the file download task. Based on URLSession, pure Swift language implementation, support chain syntax call, real-time download progress, real-time download speed, breakpoint download.


ti.urlsession - Use the NSURLSession API to download and upload files in Titanium.

  •    Objective-C

Creates a lightweight wrapper around NSURLSession for working with the Backgrounding Features. The URLSession variable is a reference to the Module object.

Replacer - An easy-to-use library to stub HTTP requests using URLSession and to swizzle methods

  •    Swift

Replacer is an easy-to-use library to stub HTTP requests and to swizzle methods. Specifically, URLSession's response can be replaced with any JSON, Data, and so on.... It uses method chaining to set stubs up.

ThunderRequest - A networking library for iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS

  •    Swift

Thunder Request is a Framework used to simplify making http and https web requests. Setting up your app to use Thunder Request is a simple and quick process.

Tumbleweed - Logs detailed metrics about NSURLSession tasks to the console

  •    Swift

Logs detailed metrics about URLSession tasks to the console, such as DNS lookup durations, request and response times and more. Tumbleweed works by parsing the metrics collected by the URLSessionTaskMetrics introduced in iOS 10.0. Note that not all responses will deliver complete metrics, such as local cache fetches and other non-network loaded responses.

OkLog-Swift - A network logger for iOS and macOS projects.

  •    Swift

OkLog-Swift is a network logger written in Swift highly inspired by simonpercic's original OkLog implementation to be used in iOS and macOS projects. OkLog encodes request & response data and generates an URL from where you can see all those info nicely, making it easy to debug and share network data. Here's an example.






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