Compass helps you setup a central navigation system for your application. This has many benefits, one of them being that controllers can now be decoupled, meaning that the list that presents the detail no longer knows about what its presenting. Controllers become agnostic and views stay stupid. The user experience stays the same but the logic and separation of concerns become clearer. The outcome is that your application will become more modular by default. Anything could potentially be presented from anywhere, but remember, with great power comes great responsibility.
A lightweight, one line setup, network debugging library that provides a quick look on all executed network requests performed by your app. It grabs all requests - of course yours, requests from 3rd party libraries (such as AFNetworking or else), UIWebViews, and more.
Very useful and handy for network related issues and bugs.
This is a collection of helper functions for saving text and data in the Keychain. As you probably noticed Apple's keychain API is a bit verbose. This library was designed to provide shorter syntax for accomplishing a simple task: reading/writing text values for specified keys.
Swift library that provides useful protocols and convenience methods to manage application preferences, configurations and app-state.
Preferences could be user preferences NSUserDefaults, iCloud stored preferences NSUbiquitousKeyValueStore, key chain, file stored preferences (ex: plist) or your own private application preferences - ie. any object which implement the protocol PreferencesType, which define key value store methods.
You can 'merge' multiples preferences and work with them transparently.
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