Jameson Quave is the author of LumaJSON:
“An extremely simple and light-weight Swift wrapper for Objective-C JSON parser.”
JSON is most certainly a preferred way to talk with remote services (IMHO), it’s always nice to see another tool supporting the protocol.
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Intrigued with BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy)?
“Discovery is a very simple but useful library for discovering nearby devices with BLE(Bluetooth Low Energy) and for exchanging a value.”
Discovery works in the foreground or background. Written by Ömer Faruk Gül.
Interested in coding OS X apps? Regarding the UI, have a look at ModernLook-OSX by Gyetván András:
“This project aims to provide a simple and customizable component set which can be used to create OSX applications with new style look.”
The example screenshots of the project have a nice feel to them. This may be a good starting point if you are new to coding Mac apps.