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Infinite Scroll

Infinite scrolling allows users to load content continuously, eliminating the need for user's explicit actions. App loads some initial data and then load the rest of the data when the user reaches ...

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AANetworking wraps power of Alamofire and Moya into simple Codeable format

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Simple Profanity Filter for Strings written in Swift!

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Useful Extensions!

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When we are working on apps which have lot of sensitive information (like Banking etc). We should be a lot of careful about strings. There is nice write up why (https://www.raywenderlich.com/2666-i...

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iCimulator allows us to use camera functions on iOS Simulator. (Without any changes in your code)

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Hero screenshot


Elegant transition library for iOS & tvOS

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Access Dark Mode-compatible colors on iOS 13 and their earlier equivalents through a single API.

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A lightweight auto layout DSL library for iOS & tvOS.

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Semantic Colors - Dark Mode Helper

View all of iOS 13's semantic colors—used for Dark Mode—in a table.

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