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Tamamushi is an easy to use gradient UINavigationBar written in Swift 3. You can use already defined gradient color sets like Facebook Messenger, YouTube, SoundCloud or other cool gradient color sets. And "Tamamushi" is the Japanese name of the insect which has beautiful gradient color wings.
The project contain an login screen which was developed as test project, and then little bit modified and improved. The Login screen contain few UITextField for input login and password, three button for sign in via facebook/twitter/google plus (further in the text as the 'social btns'). If user tapped any text field, social btns will be hidden. Instead social btns will be showed button 'SIGN IN', for apply inputted data. All changes are animated. If tapped any social btns - will be hidden text fields, and instead showed brief info about selected account (avatar and user name). All changes are also animated. In this project represented only animation, little bit customizing UITextField appearance, and handling user interactions.
TouchGradientPicker is a UIKit framework for displaying and editing color gradients. - Render gradients with a simple UIView subclass and a couple lines of code - Build a customized control for editing gradients - Gradient picker uses no sliders or buttons: all input is gesture-based for an analog, organic feel; you can build a beautiful full-screen picker - 100% Swift, iOS 8 required - Abstract API, extensible via subclassing and functional programming - Flexible layout options: gradient display and editor input are separate views that can be laid however you please, in IB or programmatically TouchGradientPicker was developed for and featured in [Dayly Calendar](http://www.esker-apps.com/dayly/). See the [app preview video](http://www.esker-apps.com/dayly/demo/), at about 18 seconds in, for a quick demo.