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CameraKit

Library for iOS Camera API. Massively increase performance and ease of use within your next iOS Project. […]

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nef

A command line tool to compile Swift documentation written in Playground format with Bow support. […]

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Woodpecker

Woodpecker

Woodpecker is a debugging tool for iOS developer, it helps us view sandbox files, modify UserDefaults, inspect, edit view property […]

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Periphery

Eliminate Unused Swift Code. Periphery analyzes Swift projects to identify unused code. Periphery applies advanced analytical heuristics to identify unused code that a simple reference checker would have no hope of finding.

To Periphery code is more than a static graph of nodes and edges; Periphery mutates your application’s structure in memory to detangle a multitude of self-referential, semantic & redundant references. […]

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Transformer

An online tool for visually generating code to create NSAttributedStrings. Transformer features a WYSIWYG editor where you can type your text and easily style it with correct font, text attributes, colours, and paragraph style. As you customise your text, Transformer will generate the corresponding code in either Swift 4 or Objective-C ready to be pasted into Xcode. More features are planned and the creator is accepting pull requests. […]

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NEAL

A language-independent code analysis tool from the developers at Uber that lets you write your own quality enforcement rules. NEAL stands for Not Exactly A Linter because although it behaves a lot like a regular linter it doesn’t have any of its own rules built in. You’re free to write your own rules for whatever particular code style you want to enforce. It has built in support for Swift and Python, but it’s highly extensible, and can be used with any language. Once your rules are written it’s simple to analyse your code from the command line with a single command. […]

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