Advanced Swift framework for loading images. It uses latest features in iOS SDK and doesn't reinvent existing technologies. It has an elegant and powerful API, that you can easily experiment with in the included playground.
A fully customizable and flexible paging menu controller built from other view controllers placed inside a scroll view allowing the user to switch between any kind of view controller with an easy tap or swipe gesture similar to what Spotify, Windows Phone, and Instagram use.
As the Swift language matures, most of the standard library has begun to settle into a stable shape. This includes a group of protocols that collectively define convertibles.
Unfortunately, we’re not talking about the cars: a convertible in Swift is, generally speaking, a data type that can be implicitly constructed from a literal. By conforming to one of the protocols in the standard library, your types can provide an extra level of convenience to you or anyone else using your code.
Advanced iOS framework for loading, caching, processing, displaying and preheating images. It uses latest features in iOS SDK and doesn't reinvent existing technologies. It provides a powerful API that will extend the capabilities of your app.
The DFImageManager has a single responsibility of providing a great API for managing image requests, with an ability to easily plug-in everything else that your application might need. It also features multiple subspecs that integrate things like AFNetworking as a networking stack for fetching images, and FLAnimatedImage as a performant animated GIF engine.
Snap is a light-weight layout framework which wraps AutoLayout with a nicer syntax. Snap has its own layout DSL which provides a chainable way of describing your NSLayoutConstraints which results in layout code that is more concise and readable. Snap supports both iOS and OS X.
JVFloatingDrawer is a floating style drawer navigation. There is a growing number of applications leveraging the drawer pattern. Most share a similar look and feel. With JVFloatingDrawer we aimed to bring a facelift to the conventional setup.
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