I previously wrote about the design decisions for a keychain library I was making. Towards the end of the post I was considering separating out the class that performs the requests from the class that constitutes the requests themselves—I called them
LocksmithRequest respectively. This is the approach I stuck with, and I think it’s working out well.
I’ve made Locksmith, a sane way to work with the keychain in Swift, available on Github. Check it out, and let me know what you think.
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