Inspired by the popular asynchronous image downloader SDWebImage, Wei Wang created Kingfisher:
“A lightweight and pure Swift implemented library for downloading and caching image from the web.”
There are also a few handy customizations: max size/duration, cancel download, background image decompression and using the library as a category of UIImageView.
Although there may be limited uses in the big picture, the cipher algorithms and correlating unit tests, written by Josh Smith, provide for an interesting read.
The name Caesar cipher refers to the origin of the encryption technique – it was the algorithm used to protect Julius Caesar’s personal correspondence.
Scott Berrevoets provides a thorough walk-through of the view debugging capabilities in Xcode 6.
“Instead of printing frames to the console and trying to visualize layouts in your head, you’re now able to inspect an entire view hierarchy visually – right from within Xcode.”
Apple has released ResearchKit, an open source framework designed to facilitate design and development of apps primarily involving medical studies.
Peter Steinberger offers a solid introduction and shares his own observations of the new framework.
WobbleView is a nice, simple, clean animation effect to bring a little life to views in your app.
There’s something to be said for code libraries that are easy to integrate with a limited number of options.