|ReleasedLast Release||Aug 2015|
Maintained by Jérôme Morissard.
Scanning image to find sub image, like a CIDetector but to detect targeted images.
I'm working on a lot of Bank applications and in order to execute functional testing i fix the constraint of logging on real testing accounts (protected by secure keyboard) using this library.
The idea, i have a master image (here, a secure keyboard to analyse).
I want to find a sub image (here, all the pieces of the keyboard).
I am running pixel scanning on the targeted keyboard for each pieces.
JMImageScanning is available through CocoaPods. To install it, simply add the following line to your Podfile:
UIImage *keyboardImage = [UIImage imageNamed:@"free.png"]; UIImage *image = [UIImage @"free-0.png"]; NSArray *points = [keyboardImage findPositionsOfSubImage:image]; NSError *error; CGPoint p = [keyboardImage findFirstPositionOfSubImage:image treshold:0.70f error:&error];
iPhone 5 (iOS8.4), 100 run
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Jerome Morissard, [email protected]
JMImageScanning is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.