If you’re already familiar with CocoaPods, then you can probably skip this post. If you’re not, it’s worth taking a few minutes to learn about the lovely dependency manager commonly used for iOS libraries today.
CocoaPods is great for adding libraries to your iOS projects, in Objective-C and Swift. In fact, it’s easy to use Objective-C code in Swift projects. If you’re curious, check out Objective-C in Swift Project.
We’ll just cover the simple basics so that when a tutorial says something like add SwiftyJSON v2.2.0 to your project using CocoaPods you’ll know just what to do. Read on →