Welcome back to our feature of the most popular new and updated iOS developer resources mentioned on our site in the last four weeks.
The top resource is an open source library featuring a collection of custom text field user interface components with unique effects.
Here are the resources:
Thanks for reading!
Here’s an open source Swift library that provides a number of functions for calculating statistics from Evgenii Neumerzhitckii called SigmaSwiftStatistics.
SigmaSwiftStatistics includes functions for calculating the:
– Standard Deviation
– and more.
You can find SigmaSwiftStatistics on Github here.
A nice collection of functions for calculating statistics in Swift.
I’ve mentioned a number of libraries for creating user interface layouts such as ShinpuruLayout for creating highly complex interfaces.
Here’s an open source library called Neon from Mike Amaral providing a concise syntax for creating beautiful user interfaces in Swift.
With Neon you can easily align views, fill a superview, group views, attach views to an edge and more.
Here’s an animation from the readme showing a user interface layout that was created with just 20 lines of code:
You can find Neon on Github here.
A nice Swift library for laying out user interfaces.
I’ve mentioned a number of interesting libraries and tutorials from the FlexMonkey blog most recently the ShinpuruLayout library for creating complex UI’s.
Here’s an open source library from FlexMonkey that provides a number of Swift protocol extensions for applying a Gaussian Blur with a clean simple syntax and full customization called Blurable.
With Blurable you can easily blur or unblur, check whether the view is currently blurred, and customize the level of blurring. Blurable uses core image’s CIGaussianBlur, and with some modification could be used with other core image filters.
You can find Blurable on Github here.
You can read more about blurable over on the FlexMonkey blog.
A nice little experiment showing how to use Swift protocol extensions with core image filters.
I’ve mentioned a number of libraries for working with Core Data most recently the Core Store library providing a vast number of Core Data helpers.
Here’s an open source framework created to make it easier to use Core Data the right way from the Big Nerd Ranch called the BNR Core Data Stack.
The BNR Core Data stack simplifies working with Core Data using multiple threads, allows for standard SQLite or in-memory databases, easy resetting of the stack and more.
A nice framework for working with Core Data.