Update note: This epic blog post on how to read and write Plist Files and how to manage them was updated for iOS 10.3 and Swift 3.1.
Loading and saving data is essential for any iOS app. Fortunately there are a lot of ways you can accomplish this. There is CoreData or UserDefaults. Recently JSON is quite popular. If you wanted to go the natively supported plist way than you would quickly realise that it can get cumbersome real fast. That is why I have created SwiftyPlistManager as a helper in my own projects. Dealing with plist files with SwiftyPlistManager is as fun and easy as it can get. Now you can read and write data to your liking. And the best part is that today I am open-sourcing it. Take a look at it at https://github.com/rebeloper/SwiftyPlistManager [Read more…] about Read and Write Plist File in Swift