Xamarin.iOS port of the original GMImagePicker component by Guillermo Muntaner Perelló
See the version list below for details.
Install-Package GMImagePicker.Xamarin -Version 2.0.1
dotnet add package GMImagePicker.Xamarin --version 2.0.1
<PackageReference Include="GMImagePicker.Xamarin" Version="2.0.1" />
paket add GMImagePicker.Xamarin --version 2.0.1
- Fixed #18: inaccurate item count in album overview (Thanks to Erik Rodriguez for finding the cause)
- iOS 11 compatibility (Thanks to Lennard Sprong for the PR)
- Fixed high memory pressure issues (Thanks to Rolf van Kuijen for the PR)
- New hi-res image resources, including @3x size
- Feature toggle for "AllowEditingCameraImages"
-Fixes #10: Crash when a library is empty (Thanks to Rolf van Kuijen for the PR)
-Bumped version to 1.0.0
-Fix for older devices that were unable to render highest quality images (Thanks to Rolf van Kuijen for the PR)
-Fixed issue [#5]: Navigation bar does not show images behind it blurred (translucent)
-Camera button image now takes tintcolor set via GMImagePicker.CameraButtonTintColor property
-Fixed tint and background colors for navigationbar and toolbar
-Merged PR [#8] No longer setting the navigation bar background and shadow image
-Fixed issue [#7]: Invalid registrar for GMGridViewCell.ctor(CGRect frame)
-Fixed issue [#1]: Toolbar gets hidden due to wrong evaluation of selection
-Fixed issue [#2]: Auto selection behaviour after creating a new picture with the camera was incorrect
-User is taken directly to Settings app to enable camera / photos access.
-Added error messages and graceful handling of situations when the user has denied access to images and/or camera.
-Changed default sort order of photo grid to Creation Date Ascending to resemble native Photos app (this is customizable).
-Asset preselection now works as expected.
-Fixed loading of resource images in GMImagePicker DLL.
-Cleaned up the public API as to not cause confusion about the API entry and extension points.
-First version, feature parity with the original GMImagePicker version 0.0.2
- No dependencies.
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