There are plenty of ways to request permissions, but navigating through the process is often confusing and difficult. Now iOS has a new tool that makes it easy for users to view all their current requests and disable them before they start getting in the way.
Apple’s iOS has a lot of great features, but one area where it falls short is that you can’t easily request permissions. This means people are switching to custom apps that offer more control over what information gets shared with the app developer. There are some new tools coming out soon that will make this process easier for users and developers alike, but there might be an even better solution on the horizon: blockchain technology.。
The “allow apps request to track” is a feature that allows users to request any kind of iOS permission from their app. The user can also revoke permissions at any time.
AREK is a Swift wrapper for any kind of iOS permission that is simple to use.
Apple explains why AREK may help you create a better app in this article:
Personal data should only be requested when your program plainly requires it. If it isn’t apparent, explain why your program need the information. Only ask for permission at launch if it’s absolutely essential for your app to work.
AREK makes it simple to achieve any objective.
- display a native popup to prevent losing the ability to ask iOS for the proper permission.
- If the permission has been refused, display a popup inviting the user to re-enable it.
- manage through a simple configuration how many times should the user be asked to re-enable the permission (once, every hour, once a day, once a week, once a month, once a year, once a year, once a year, once a year, once a year, once a year, once a year, once a
AREK is a Swift 4.2 and Xcode 10 project that you may use.
- Point to version 4.0.1 if you wish to use it with Xcode 10 and Swift 4.2.
- Point to any previous version if you wish to use it with Xcode 9.
Create a Status
- Permissions have been implemented.
- What is AREK and how can I utilize it?
- Configuration of Permissions
- How do I set up AREK?
- How can I help?
- Credits and License
- occurrences (Calendar)
- the location (Always)
- the location (When in use)
- Library of Images
- Speech Recognition Software
Check the status of your permissions
In the switch status scenario, let permission = ArekPhoto() permission.status (status). print(“!!”) case is permitted. print(“!!”) case is rejected. not print(“!!”) case has been determined. notAvailable: print(“! “), notAvailable: print(“!”), notAvailable: print(“!”), notAvailable: print(“!”),
Permission should be requested.
ArekEvent() permission, let permission = ArekEvent() permission, let permission = ArekEvent() permission, In the switch status scenario, manage (status). authorized: case = “” symbol denied: case symbol = “” case notDetermined: symbol = “” notDetermined: symbol = “” notDetermined: symbol = “” notDetermine return “” if notAvailable
Configuration in general
The ArekConfiguration struct may be used to customize each of the permission types provided in AREK. Each permission has a default setting, so you don’t have to worry about how it works behind the scenes if you’re satisfied with the simple setup.
The following components make up an ArekConfiguration:
ArekPermissionFrequency (.Always,.EveryHour,.OnceADay,.OnceAWeek,.JustOnce) This frequency number refers to how often you want the user to re-enable a permission if it has been disabled.
.OnceADay is the default value.
initialPopup: Bool; initialPopup: Bool; initialPopup: Bool; initialPopup This is an initial popup that asks the user politely to grant a permission. This is important for preserving the ability to display the system popup.
True is the default value.
presentReEnablePopup: Bool; presentReEnablePopup: Bool; presentReEnablePop This is the window that asks the user to please re-enable the permission. This popup is linked to the frequency value.
Defined as true by defaul.
Set up the initial and re-enable popups as follows: ArekPopupData
The struct ArekPopupData is used to customize both the pre-permission and re-enable popups. These popups may be examples of Codeido’s fantastic PMAlertController or native iOS notifications.
The following is the configuration:
var title: String! public struct ArekPopupData message is a string! image is a string! ArekPopupType is a var type! public init(title: String = “”, message: String = “”, image: String = “”, type: ArekPopupType =.codeido), title: String = “”, message: String = “”, image: String = “”, type: ArekPopupType =.codeido) self.title = self.title message = self-message image = self-image type = type + type + type + type + type + type + type + type + type + type
Using PMAlertController, here’s an example of the ArekContacts pre-enable popup:
Set the type to.native if you want to show a native UIAlertController. Otherwise, change the type to.codeido if you want to create a PMAlertController.
Strings with a specific location
In order to customize the UI, AREK expects to discover translated strings in your Localizable files.
The configurations for: are shown in the table below.
- Title of the pre-permission popup
- Pre-permission notification in the form of a popup
- Re-enable the title of the popup window.
- Reactivate the pop-up message
- For such permission, there is a popup picture.
- Allow for the title of the button.
- Deny the title of the button
The standards specified here should be followed when configuring messages related to the iOS native permission popup.
|Permission||Pre-approval Title||Pre-approval Message||Activate the title again.||Message should be enabled again.||Image||Allow Title for Button||Title: Deny Button|
|Camera||ArekCamera initial title||ArekCamera initial message||ArekCamera reenable title||ArekCamera reenable message||ArekCamera image||ArekCamera allow button title||ArekCamera deny button title|
|CloudKit||ArekCloudKit initial title||ArekCloudKit initial message||ArekCloudKit reenable title||ArekCloudKit reenable message||ArekCloudKit image||ArekCloudKit allow button title||ArekCloudKit deny button title|
|Contacts||ArekContacts initial title||ArekContacts initial message||ArekContacts reenable title||ArekContacts reenable message||ArekContacts image||ArekContacts allow button title||ArekContacts deny button title|
|Events||ArekEvents initial title||ArekEvents initial message||ArekEvents reenable title||ArekEvents reenable message||ArekEvents image||ArekEvents allow button title||ArekEvents deny button title|
|HealthKit||ArekHealth initial title||ArekHealth initial message||ArekHealth reenable title||ArekHealth reenable message||ArekHealth image||ArekHealth allow button title||ArekHealth deny button title|
|Library of Images||ArekMediaLibrary initial title||ArekMediaLibrary initial message||ArekMediaLibrary reenable title||ArekMediaLibrary reenable message||ArekMediaLibrary image||ArekMediaLibrary allow button title||ArekMediaLibrary deny button title|
|Microphone||ArekMicrophone initial title||ArekMicrophone initial message||ArekMicrophone reenable title||ArekMicrophone reenable message||ArekMicrophone image||ArekMicrophone allow button title||ArekMicrophone deny button title|
|Motion||ArekMotion initial title||ArekMotion initial message||ArekMotion reenable title||ArekMotion reenable message||ArekMotion image||ArekMotion allow button title||ArekMotion deny button title|
|Notifications||ArekNotifications initial title||ArekNotifications initial message||ArekNotifications reenable title||ArekNotifications reenable message||ArekNotifications image||ArekNotifications allow button title||ArekNotifications deny button title|
|Photo Archive||ArekPhoto initial title||ArekPhoto initial message||ArekPhoto reenable title||ArekPhoto reenable message||ArekPhoto image||ArekPhoto allow button title||ArekPhoto deny button title|
|Reminders||ArekReminders initial title||ArekReminders initial message||ArekReminders reenable title||ArekReminders reenable message||ArekReminders image||ArekReminders allow button title||deny button title ArekReminders|
|Siri||ArekSiri initial title||ArekSiri initial message||ArekSiri reenable title||ArekSiri reenable message||ArekSiri image||ArekSiri allow button title||ArekSiri deny button title|
|Speech Recognition Software||ArekSpeechRecognizer initial title||ArekSpeechRecognizer initial message||ArekSpeechRecognizer reenable title||ArekSpeechRecognizer reenable message||ArekSpeechRecognizer image||ArekSpeechRecognizer allow button title||ArekSpeechRecognizer deny button title|
|Bluetooth||ArekBluetooth initial title||ArekBluetooth initial message||ArekBluetooth reenable title||ArekBluetooth reenable message||ArekBluetooth image||ArekBluetooth allow button title||ArekBluetooth deny button title|
|Location||ArekBaseLocation initial title||ArekBaseLocation initial message||ArekBaseLocation reenable title||ArekBaseLocation reenable message||ArekBaseLocation image||ArekBaseLocation allow button title||ArekBaseLocation deny button title|
AREK should be included to your Podfile.
end “> 2.0.2′ use frameworks! do pod ‘arek’ target ‘MyTarget,’> end of 2.0.2′
If you just wish to install a single permission, such as Bluetooth, you must specify:
end “> 2.0.2′ use frameworks! do pod ‘arek/Bluetooth’ target ‘MyTarget,’> end of 2.0.2′
github “ennioma/arek” 4.0.2 “> 4.0.2
Then, under the Build Phases tab of your application’s target, add a “New Run Script Phase.” Create a Run Script that contains the following code:
Add the following paths to the “Input Files” section:
Swift Package Manager is a program that allows you to manage your
let package = Package(name: “YourApp”, dependencies: [.Package(url: “https://github.com/ennioma/arek.git”, versionMajor: 2, minor: 0)]) import PackageDescription
- The newest suitable version of Arek is 1.7.0 if you wish to install a Swift 3 version.
- If you want to build it using Xcode 10, you’ll need to use version 3.0.0.
AREK source code should be included in your project.
Add the Arek folder to your project at https://github.com/ennioma/arek/tree/master/arek/arek/Arek.
🙏 Make sure you don’t forget to include the ArekHealth class in your project. Because it incorporates HealthKit in your project, if you do it without it, your app will be denied during the AppStore review process.
Contributions are appreciated. Simply create an issue or submit a PR from the current develop branch if you want to enhance the projects I’ve shared with the community.
Please feel free to contact me on Twitter (@ennioma) if you have any questions or requests.
-  Allow for the injection of a custom PMAlertController into a permit.
-  When init() is run on a permit, provide a method to inject the popup type.
-  Make sure Swift Package Manager is up to date.
The MIT license is used to distribute AREK. For additional information, see the LICENSE file.
Arek on the Internet:
- Natasha The Robot is this week’s Swift.
- Dave Verwer, iOS Dev Weekly
Freepik supplied the icons, while Flaticon’s Vectors Market contributed the vectors.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How do I request permission in iOS?
A: You can request permission in iOS by going to the apps settings page.
How do I ask an app not to track iOS?
A: You cannot ask an app not to track your iOS device. It is impossible. If you want to, then use a different phone/computer and search for the apps that are tracking your location and delete them from there
How do I get ask app permission off?
A: The app permission is permanently linked to your account and cannot be removed.
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