StringResponseSerializer

public final class StringResponseSerializer : ResponseSerializer

A ResponseSerializer that decodes the response data as a String. By default, a request returning nil or no data is considered an error. However, if the response is has a status code valid for empty responses (204, 205), then an empty String is returned.

  • Declaration

    Swift

    public let dataPreprocessor: DataPreprocessor
  • Optional string encoding used to validate the response.

    Declaration

    Swift

    public let encoding: String.Encoding?
  • Declaration

    Swift

    public let emptyResponseCodes: Set<Int>
  • Declaration

    Swift

    public let emptyRequestMethods: Set<HTTPMethod>
  • Creates an instance with the provided values.

    Declaration

    Swift

    public init(dataPreprocessor: DataPreprocessor = StringResponseSerializer.defaultDataPreprocessor,
                encoding: String.Encoding? = nil,
                emptyResponseCodes: Set<Int> = StringResponseSerializer.defaultEmptyResponseCodes,
                emptyRequestMethods: Set<HTTPMethod> = StringResponseSerializer.defaultEmptyRequestMethods)

    Parameters

    dataPreprocessor

    DataPreprocessor used to prepare the received Data for serialization.

    encoding

    A string encoding. Defaults to nil, in which case the encoding will be determined from the server response, falling back to the default HTTP character set, ISO-8859-1.

    emptyResponseCodes

    The HTTP response codes for which empty responses are allowed. [204, 205] by default.

    emptyRequestMethods

    The HTTP request methods for which empty responses are allowed. [.head] by default.

  • Declaration

    Swift

    public func serialize(request: URLRequest?, response: HTTPURLResponse?, data: Data?, error: Error?) throws -> String