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How to get started with Metal APIs— with UIView and SwiftUI

Unleashing the Power of GPU Programming with Metal
Article Added by: vithanidarpan // blog.canopas.com

NextGrowingTextView

📝 The next in the generations of 'growing textviews' optimized for iOS 8 and above.
Featured Library // Category UI

Variable Color in SF Symbols 4

Article Popular Story // sarunw.com

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Draftsman

Draftsman is a Layout builder based on AutoLayout with Declarative approach
Featured Library // Category Auto Layout

How to Fetch and Show Remote Data on a Widget? - Swift Senpai

Article Popular Story // swiftsenpai.com

Last 7 Days

Popovers

A library to present popovers. Simple, modern, and highly customizable. Not boring!
Featured Library // Category UI

AsyncLocationKit

📍async/await CoreLocation
Featured Library // Category Location

Confused with while loops (Playground)

Article Popular Story // www.reddit.com

Kanvas

Kanvas: a creation tool for iOS
Featured Library // Category Images

SwiftlySalesforce

The Swift-est way to build native mobile apps that connect to Salesforce.
Featured Library // Category API

SwiftXP, SwiftUI in style

Library Popular Story // github.com

SPDiffable

Extension of Diffable API which allow not duplicate code and use less models. Included example for SideBar.
Featured Library // Category UITableView

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Top Stories
  • How to make protocol conformances faster with an order file
  • Big O Time Complexity 101 for Swift Developers
  • Iterating over web socket messages with async / await in Swift
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Copy on Write in Swift explained with examples

Article Popular Story // arturgruchala.com

Last 30 Days

PredicateFlow

Write amazing, strong-typed and easy-to-read NSPredicate.
Featured Library // Category Text

How to make protocol conformances faster with an order file

Article Popular Story // www.emergetools.com

Stencil

Stencil is a simple and powerful template language for Swift.
Featured Library // Category Template

Iterating over web socket messages with async / await in Swift

Article Popular Story // www.donnywals.com

Scaling Header Scroll View

A scroll view with a sticky header which shrinks as you scroll. Written with SwiftUI.
Featured Library // Category UI

MultiSlider

UISlider clone with multiple thumbs and values, range highlight, optional snap intervals, optional value labels, either vertical or horizontal.
Featured Library // Category UI

HorizonCalendar

A declarative, performant, iOS calendar UI component that supports use cases ranging from simple date pickers all the way up to fully-featured calendar apps.
Featured Library // Category Calendar

CloudCore

Robust CoreData-CloudKit synchronization, including offline queuing, relationships, private, shared and public databases, field-level deltas, encrypted values, maskable attributes, cacheable assets, and more.
Featured Library // Category Core Data

Big O Time Complexity 101 for Swift Developers

Article Popular Story // medium.com

APIKit

Type-safe networking abstraction layer that associates request type with response type.
Featured Library // Category Network

How to display text with a Color Gradient in SwiftUI?

Do you want to give your SwiftUI app a unique and dynamic look?

Adding a touch of color and visual interest to your SwiftUI app can make your app stand out and more attractive.

One way to achieve this is by using Color Gradients which can add depth and dimension to the text by smoothly transitioning between multiple colors.
Article Added by: vithanidarpan // blog.canopas.com

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Top Stories
  • How to write test cases for API call by mocking the service layer using dependency injection .
  • Creating Custom Pods in Swift for iOS: A Step-by-Step Guide
  • How to Update or Refresh a Widget? - Swift Senpai
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