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A small framework by Rui Peres that adds useful methods to the Swift’s
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FlexMonkey, aka Simon Gladman, is back with an open source iPad app showcasing the Core Image filters range and capabilities. The app is intended to be a companion for his upcoming book “Core Image for Swift”
This interesting Xcode plugin will let you build and run selected lines of code and see the output in the Console. This could be a good alternative to trying code in a Playground, although less powerful. I am a big fun of exploring code using a REPL, and in other communities, like the Clojure, this approach is at the core of the development process.
This week we have another useful Xcode plugin. TTPasteHistory lets you bring up the your clipboard history for a more powerful copy-pasting experience. If you’d like to be able to access you copy-paste history across apps I would recommend using Alfred.
A work in progress repository containing React Native bindings for WatchKit.
Other Interesting Projects
- SwiftString A small library of Swift String utilities, built for the Swift Package Manager.
- LunarCalendar A Swift Lunar Calendar app for OS X
- SwiftRefresher A pull to refresh control alternative to
- 360Controller XBox 360 Controller driver for Mac OS X