Saturday 16 May 2009
If you’re using ASIHTTPRequest, and haven’t updated your copy recently, there have been a couple of fairly significant changes over the last few months: resuming interrupted downloads and streaming request bodies directly from disk (which should result in big memory savings for iPhone apps). As of today, you can also use different delegates (including progress delegates) for each request in an ASINetworkQueue. As ever, check the changelog for more details.
Also, ASIHTTPRequest is now in the top 20 Objective-C projects on Github! We only need 3573 more followers before DHH starts to worry!
Posted by Ben @ 5:26 PM