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There are a lot of tutorials/ open source projects on how to use Vision and CoreML frameworks for Object Detection in real world using iOS apps using .mlmodels given by Apple. But seldom in reality, do we get a .mlmodel available suiting our use case. Here, I took up a Caffe model for the Oxford 102 flower dataset, which was converted to CoreML model using coremltools python package.
NRMirror helps you to sync your models with web service response or any input dictionary and. So its work like a object mapper for your project. So dont worry about manually mapping your model object with your json/dictionary , you have to just declare your model and name your key same as your dictionary/Json key and you are done. NRMirror supporting of all types Int, String ,Float , Bool etc.. and NRMirror subclass models. For more detail : http://naveenranaios.blogspot.com/2016/08/model-syncing-swift-programming-language.html
A simple, type safe, failure driven mapping library for serializing JSON to models in Swift 2.0. iOS and OSX Foundation Independent (that means it will work without Cocoa when Swift is Open Source) Feel free to follow me on twitter: <a href="twitter.com/logmaestro">@logmaestro</a>
An abstract data model class that can represent subclasses as dictionary or JSON data for saving to disk or over the network. For both OS X and iOS. Features -------- - **DejalObject**: This is an abstract subclass of `NSObject` that adds methods to represent the receiver as a dictionary or JSON data, load default values, track changes, enumerate an array of `DejalObject` instances, and more. - **DejalColor**: A concrete subclass of `DejalObject` to represent a color (for OS X or iOS), enabling it to be stored in a `DejalObject` subclass. - **DejalDate**: Another concrete subclass to represent a date, primarily so it can automatically be represented as JSON. - **DejalInterval**: A subclass to represent a time interval or a range of intervals, including an amount and units, with methods to represent the interval or range in various ways, including as human-readable strings (see also the `DejalIntervalPicker` project for OS X). A demo project is included, showing a subclass of `DejalObject` to store various data types.
Validation has never been as easy as now! NGRValidator allows you to validate the data in the way you want! It's easy to read (even for non-developers), centralized and complex solution to validate your model just in a few lines of code. Moreover, NGRValidator contains default error messages which you can customize!