Swift libraries

Showing projects tagged as Swift

  • The Composable Architecture

    9.6 9.1 Swift
    A library for building applications in a consistent and understandable way, with composition, testing, and ergonomics in mind.
  • CTMediator

    9.3 0.0 Objective-C
    The mediator with no regist process to split your iOS Project into multiple project.
  • iOS 11 by Examples

    9.0 2.1 Swift
    ๐Ÿ‘จ๐Ÿปโ€๐Ÿ’ป Examples of new iOS 11 APIs
  • DifferenceKit

    8.8 4.0 Swift
    ๐Ÿ’ป A fast and flexible O(n) difference algorithm framework for Swift collection.
  • Chat App

    8.5 0.0 L4 Swift
    Real time chat app written in Swift 5 using Firebase
  • OverlayContainer

    7.0 1.8 Swift
    Non-intrusive iOS UI library to implement overlay based interfaces
  • Dip

    6.9 0.0 L5 Swift
    Simple Swift Dependency container. Use protocols to resolve your dependencies and avoid singletons / sharedInstances!
  • Proton

    6.8 7.2 Swift
    Purely native and extensible rich text editor for iOS and macOS Catalyst apps
  • SwiftyMocky

    6.7 5.1 Swift
    Framework for automatic mock generation. Adds a set of handy methods, simplifying testing. One of the best and most complete solutions, including generics support and much more.
  • ActivityIndicatorView

    6.6 2.4 Swift
    A number of preset loading indicators created with SwiftUI
  • Himotoki

    6.5 0.0 L5 Swift
    A type-safe JSON decoding library purely written in Swift
  • SwiftCoroutine

    6.4 0.9 Swift
    Swift coroutines for iOS, macOS and Linux.
  • CodableAlamofire

    6.4 0.0 Swift
    An extension for Alamofire that converts JSON data into Decodable objects.
  • StepperView

    6.3 3.4 Swift
    SwiftUI iOS component for Step Indications.
  • XCRemoteCache

    6.1 9.2 Swift
    Remote caching for iOS projects
  • KRProgressHUD

    6.0 0.0 L5 Swift
    A beautiful and easy-to-use progress HUD for your iOS.
  • Accio

    5.8 0.0 Swift
    A dependency manager driven by SwiftPM that works for iOS/tvOS/watchOS/macOS projects.
  • AHDownloadButton

    5.3 0.0 Swift
    Customizable download button with progress and transition animations. It is based on Apple's App Store download button.
  • LayoutInspector

    5.2 0.0 Swift
    Tool to debug layouts directly on iOS devices: inspect layers in 3D and debug each visible view attributes
  • ColorKit

    5.2 0.0 Swift
    Advanced color manipulation for iOS.
  • KVKCalendar

    5.0 9.3 Swift
    A most fully customization calendar for Apple platforms ๐Ÿ“…
  • MFCard

    5.0 0.0 L4 Swift
    Easily integrate Credit Card payments module in iOS App. Swift 4.0
  • Qonversion - Mobile app subscription analytics

    4.6 7.1 Objective-C
    iOS SDK for cross-platform in-app purchase and subscription infrastructure, revenue analytics, engagement automation, and integrations
  • Prism - Design System Code Generator

    4.6 0.0 Swift
    Gett's Design System code generator. Use Zeplin Styleguides as your R&D's Single Source of Truth.
  • MoreCodable

    4.5 0.0 Swift
    MoreCodable expands the possibilities of `Codable`.
  • SwipeTransition

    4.4 1.9 Swift
    Allows trendy transitions using swipe gesture such as "swipe back anywhere".
  • CrispyCalendar

    4.3 1.5 Swift
    An easy-to-use, fully customizable and extensible calendar for your app
  • AirPods Battery Monitor For MacOS

    4.3 7.2 Swift
    Mac OS Status Bar App that puts at eyesight your AirPods battery levels. Universal Intel / M1 Compatible
  • Surmagic

    4.1 8.4 Swift
    ๐Ÿš€ Create XCFramework with ease! Surmagic is a command-line tool to create XCFramework for multiple platforms at one shot! You don't need to waste your time with command-line scripts when you want to create an XCFramework! Surmagic adds an elegant layer between you and the compiler, for your comfort. You can use Surmagic with your current CI/CD pipeline, or as a standalone tool in your toolbox. The better way to deal with XCFrameworks for iOS, iPadOS, Mac Catalyst, tvOS, macOS, and watchOS.
  • GoSwifty

    3.6 0.7 Swift
    A command line tool for analyzing Swift/Objective-C ratio in codebase