I’ve mentioned a great example and tutorial that shows how to work with the UIImagePickerController (and core image).
There are a number of components out there for replacing the UIImagePickerController. Recently I came across a great replacement that not only provides a nice blocks based syntax that in addition to acting as a basic picker provides easy resizing, caching, clipping and masking of images.
Here’s an image from the example Github page showing the example with this custom iOS control in action:
You can find the control known as Essential Imager Dillion Tan on Github here.
A great image picker for those having difficulty with UIImagePickerController with some very useful image manipulation functions.
Read More: Custom iOS Image Picker Components
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