Core Bluetooth was introduced with iOS 6 and made it easier to communicated with low energy bluetooth devices, but if you’ve worked with CoreBluetooth you know the syntax can get quite messy with all the delegates and callbacks.
Here’s a library submitted by David Sahakyan to make working with the CoreBluetooth API much easier called LGBluetooth by providing a much cleaner blocks-based syntax and numerous helpers..
LGBluetooth makes it much easier to perform the main CoreBluetooth tasks such as scanning for and retrieving bluetooth devices, connecting to devices, scanning for available services, and reading/writing values from bluetooth devices.
An example is included showing how find and connect to devices and read available services.
You can find LGBluetooth on Github here.
A nice library for working with bluetooth devices.
Thanks to David for the submission.
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