Late last year I mentioned the ObjectMapper library for easily mapping JSON Data to/from Swift objects.
Here’s an open source Swift based framework allowing you to serialize/deserialize objects from a JSON format called ModelRocket from Oven Bits.
OvenBits supports several basic types including String, Bool, Int, UINet, Double and Float, but also more advanced types including NSDate, UIColor, NSURL, amd NSNumber. You can define the objects in JSON or within a typed array and custom objects created with ModelRocket can be used within other objects.
Early this year I mentioned the TextFieldEffects library providing a number of text field effects that you can use within an app to draw a user’s attention, and spruce up the look of basic text fields.
Here’s an open source library submitted by Mukesh inspired by TextFieldEffects providing even more interesting text field components with neat animation effects called MMTextFieldEffects.
This video shows different text field effects in action:
Late last year I mentioned an open source component for creating swipeable cards inspired by the interface of the popular Tinder app called ZLSwipeableView.
Here’s an open source Swift library allowing you to create a Tinder style interface with a UITableView style datasource/delegate interface called Koloda from Yalantis.
Koloda allows you to dynamically load views for efficient performance. The library contains methods for easy detection of card swipes, and more, and includes a nice example project with a complete interface created using Koloda.
Some time ago I mentioned the OpenEars library for implementing text to speech and speech to text library that utilizes Carnegie Mellon University’s PocketSphinx project.
Here’s an open source Swift wrapper for PocketSphinx along with a guide submitted by Bruno Berisso of TryoLabs called TLSphinx.
TLSphinx simplifies the configuration of Pocket Sphinx allowing you to easily pass configuration parameters with a clean Swift syntax. Decoding is also simplified and you can easily decode files or microphone input.
Some time ago I mentioned an iOS library for creating many different charts with a nice clean look called PNChart.
Here’s an open source library based on PNChart, but designed for the Apple Watch called NKWatchChart from Peng Guo.
NKWatchChart supports bar, pie, line, circle and radar charts. Just like PNCHart you can easily customize the colors, labeling, and chart values.