What's this all about?
Cocoa Controls lists open source UI components for iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS, helping you improve the quality of your Apple platform apps with the least work possible.
Who made this site?
Having trouble with a control you found on the site?
The project won't compile because it's missing files
Most likely, the project uses a dependency management tool like Cocoapods, Carthage, or Swift Package Manager to manage its own dependencies. Make sure you clone the project and check the README to see what sorts of dependencies it has, and how to install them.
I found a bug in a control, what should I do?
Your best bet is to post an issue on the GitHub repository.
My company/client requires us to not acknowledge any open source components in our project. Can I use this component?
IANAL. You should check with your legal counsel. If this is not possible, then I recommend contacting the author of the component to see if you can buy a commercial no-attribution license for the project from them. In fact, you should do this anyway, since it'll likely cost you a fraction of one hour of that lawyer's time, and you're saving yourself a huge amount of time by using a component that someone graciously built for free. Toss 'em a couple bucks!
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