Material Motion Swift is an open source library providing a collection of rich interactive motion interactions involving gestures and animations.
Some of the included interactions include:
Also included are a number of examples providing practical examples of the usage of Material Motion Swift.
These animations from the readme show swipe scrolling with fading in a carousel, and a floating action button using Transition and Tween:
You can find Material-Motion-Swift on Github here.
An excellent library providing a nice collection of well made interactions.
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Dispatch is an open source library submitted by Alex Umbergo providing a Flux-like single direction data flow architecture in Swift.
As the readme states:
Dispatch eschews MVC in favour of a unidirectional data flow. When a user interacts with a view, the view propagates an action through a central dispatcher, to the various stores that hold the application’s data and business logic, which updates all of the views that are affected.
Dispatch works well the previously mentioned the Render library which provides a React-inspired approach for writing Swift UIs that works well with Render, and an example to-do application is included in the project using both Dispatch and Render.
You can find Dispatch on Github here.
Dispatch along with Render provide a nice approach for interface programming in Swift.
Transition is an open source library from Touchwonders that simplifies the creation of view transitions.
With transition you simply define the transition and interaction and Transition ties it all together without having to deal with all the delegates, and interaction phases. A nice set of examples are included showing different transitions created using Transition.
This animation from the readme shows Transition in action:
You can find Transition on Github here.
A nice library for developing view transitions.
Spruce is an open source animation library for choreographing multiple animations in different views from WillowTree.
Spruce simplifies creating animations, and includes multiple animation sorting options. You can create completely unique animations, and this is great for animating table views, and grid views.
This animation from the readme presents some potential ideas for animations with Spruce:
You can find Spruce on Github here.
A great library for coordinating animations.
GodEye is an open source Swift library from Zixun that allows you to automatically display log, crash, networking, cpu, ram, networking info and more.
GodEye can be implemented within a line of code, and includes libraries for monitoring your app along with an interface for displaying the information.
This animation from the readme shows GodEye in action:
You can find GodEye on Github here.
A great library for displaying app debugging info.