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The '''ImageIO''' framework is a direct port of the Mac OS X's equivalent, except that it is private on the iPhoneOS. Usage of this framework is clearly illustrated in this official reference:
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The '''ImageIO''' framework is a direct port of the Mac OS X's equivalent, except that it is private in iOS. Usage of this framework is illustrated in this [https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/graphicsimaging/conceptual/ImageIOGuide/imageio_basics/ikpg_basics.html official reference]. Usually, it is unnecessary to use these functions, as {{fwlink|UIKit}}'s [[UIImage]] can read most of the formats.
* [http://developer.apple.com/graphicsimaging/workingwithimageio.html Using the ImageIO framework with Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger]
 
 
 
Usually you don't need to use these functions, as {{fwlink|UIKit}}'s [[UIImage]] can read most of the formats.
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 03:53, 9 December 2015

ImageIO.framework
Public Framework
Availabile 2.0 – present
Class Prefix CGImage


The ImageIO framework is a direct port of the Mac OS X's equivalent, except that it is private in iOS. Usage of this framework is illustrated in this official reference. Usually, it is unnecessary to use these functions, as UIKit's UIImage can read most of the formats.