|ReleasedLast Release||Apr 2017|
Polymorph transforms the enemy into a sheep.
Transform value of dictionary to property of Objective-C class, by using a
@dynamic like directive.
Say we have a
@interface Movie : PLMModel @property (nonatomic, readonly) NSString *identifier; @property (nonatomic, readonly) NSString *title; @property (nonatomic, readonly) NSString *year; @property (nonatomic, readonly) NSString *subtype; @property (nonatomic, readonly) float rating; @property (nonatomic, readonly) NSArray<Celebrity *> *casts; @end
Instead of implementing accessor methods for each property, we can use
plm_dynamic macro to generate getter and setter automatically.
@implementation Movie // Property `identifier` comes from `id` field。 @plm_dynamic(identifier, @"id") // Property `title` comes from field with same name `title`. @plm_dynamic(title) // `year` and `subtype` comes from fields with same names. @plm_dynamic_multi(year, subtype) // `rating` comes from `rating.average` keypath. Field value will be transformed to `float` as it's declared. @plm_dynamic_keypath(rating, @"rating.average") // `casts` comes from `casts` field. Field value, which is an object array, will be transformed to NSArray with Celebrity instance. @plm_dynamic(casts, @"casts", PLMArrayTransformerNameForClass([Celebrity class])) @end
plm_dynamic macro associate property and dictionary field, use
NSValueTransformer to transform dictionary value to declared type. See comments in
Polymorph.h for detailed usage.
You can also use Polymorph without extending
PLMModel. Conform to
PLMRawDataProvider protocol, invoke
plm_activate, and you are ready to go.
Polymorph is released under BSD license. See LICENSE for more.