I’ve mentioned some great libraries for working with NSUserDefaults such as MKiCloudSync that allows you to automatically save NSUserDefaults to iCloud.
Here’s a library from Gangverk called GVUserDefaults that makes working with NSUserDefaults easier by allowing you to access NSUSerDefaults using properties giving you code completion and type checking.
The Readme shows a few great examples showing how much easier this makes things:
To access an NSUserDefault variable instead of –
You simply use –
You can also work set NSUserDefault variables as you would other properties –
You can find GVUserDefaults on Github here.
A simple idea that should save you some time when working with NSUSerDefaults.
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