GPUImage 2 is the second generation of the GPUImage framework, an open source project for performing GPU-accelerated image and video processing on Mac, iOS, and now Linux. The original GPUImage framework was written in Objective-C and targeted Mac and iOS, but this latest version is written entirely in Swift and can also target Linux and future platforms that support Swift code.
DynamicButton is a powerful flat design button written in Swift to display hamburger button like with animated transitions between style updates. It also allows you to create your own custom symbol / style buttons!
JDAnimationKit is designed to be extremely easy to use. You can animate your UI withe less lines of code. This library use internally POP framework, an extensible iOS and OS X animation library, useful for physics-based interactions.
A Swift application is more than just an Objective-C app translated into Swift. We need to embrace the features and philosophy of the Swift language. In this talk from try! Swift, we begin with a standard Model-View-Controller Table View application translated into Swift, and apply ideas from Functional Programming, Object Oriented Programming, Design Patterns, and Protocol Oriented Programming to turn it into idiomatic Swift.
Peek is an open source library that lets you easily check your application against your user interface's specification guide(s). Peek can be used by engineers, designers & testers, allowing developers to spend more time on code and less time checking that fonts, colors and layout are pixel perfect.