LNPopupController is an open source UI component from Leo Natan inspired by Apple’s Music and Podcasts apps allowing you to present view controllers as a popup of another view controller.
Attached to the popup view is a content view that can be brought in with a sliding gesture or a tap. The look is modernized for iOS 10, and the popup view can be customized with UIAppearance.
This animation from the readme shows a popup, and slide-in view created with LNPopupController:
You can find LNPopupController on Github here.
A nice Music app inspired UI component.
iOSMath is an open source component from Kostub Deshmukh for displaying math equations in iOS applications within a UILabel type class.
Equations in iOSMath are created using the popular LaTeX mathematics markup format and the following formula types are supported by the library according to the readme:
- Simple algebraic equations
- Fractions and continued fractions
- Exponents and subscripts
- Trigonometric formulae
- Square roots and n-th roots
- Calculus symbos – limits, derivatives, integrals
- Big operators (e.g. product, sum)
- Big delimiters (using \left and \right)
- Greek alphabet
- Combinatorics (\binom, \choose etc.)
- Geometry symbols (e.g. angle, congruence etc.)
- Ratios, proportions, percents
- Math spacing
- Overline and underline
- Math accents
- Equation alignment
- Most commonly used math symbols
Here is an image from the readme showing a formula drawn using iosMath:
You can find iosMath on Github here.
A great component for drawing math formulas.
Eject is an open source tool allowing you to transition a UI built within Xcode’s interface builder into Swift code.
The Interface Builder is fantastic for laying out an interface, but it can become a hindrance as your interface becomes more complex and dynamic. With Eject you can translate your Xibs into source code with support for constraints, outlets, labels and more.
While you don’t get code that compiles straight out it definitely makes for a fast start.
You can find Eject on Github here.
A handy tool for those taking an interface builder layout and turning it into code.
Malert is an open source Swift based alert view component from Vitor Mesquita featuring a wide variety of customizations.
With Malert you can easily display your alert views with images, form fields, and multiple buttons to make unique alerts. You can also customize the animations, colors, fonts, and queue a series of alerts.
BUttons included within the alert view can also be customized.
These snippets from the readme show the customizable attributes of views and buttons created with Malert:
var malertAppearance = MalertView.appearance()
<pre><code>malertAppearance.backgroundColor : UIColor = .white
malertAppearance.cornerRadius : CGFloat = 6
malertAppearance.textColor : UIColor = .black
malertAppearance.textAlign : NSTextAlignment = .left
malertAppearance.buttonsAxis : UILayoutConstraintAxis = .vertical
malertAppearance.margin : CGFloat = 0
malertAppearance.titleFont : UIFont = UIFont()
malertAppearance.buttonsMargin : CGFloat = 0
malertAppearance.buttonsSpace : CGFloat = 0
//Defaults attr malertButton
var malertButtonAppearance = MalertButton.appearance()
malertButtonAppearence.tintColor : UIColor = .black
malertButtonAppearance.backgroundColor : UIColor = .clear
malertButtonAppearance.height : CGFloat = 33
malertButtonAppearance.separatorColor : UIColor = UIColor(white: 0.8, alpha: 1)
This animation from the readme shows a custom alert view with two buttons:
You can find Malert on Github here.
A nice custom Swift based alert view component.
AppWage is an open source Mac OS based iTunes reporting tool from Hankinsoft with a great interface for viewing app sales information, track competition and more using iTunes Connect data.
With AppWage you can view sales reports, reviews, rankings, and track the competition. You can send daily emails using your own SMTP server, and automatically translate app reviews.
You can find AppWage on the homepage here.
You can find the source code on Github here.
A nice tool for tracking app data.