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ExpandingDatePicker

An NSDatePicker that expands to show a graphical calendar view when focused.

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WCSDateRange

Simple date range class.

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NVDate

An extension of NSDate class (Swift4), created to make date and time manipulation easier

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Datez

Breeze through NSDate, NSDateComponents, and NSTimeInterval with Swift! .. http://kitz.io

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EPCalendarPicker

Colourful calendar component for iOS written in Swift

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BFKit-Swift

BFKit-Swift is a collection of useful classes, structs and extensions to <strong>develop Apps faster</strong>. If you are looking for <strong>Objective-C</strong> version check it out here: <strong><a href="https://www.cocoacontrols.com/controls/bfkit">BFKit</a></strong> <strong>Foundation:</strong><br> Array<br> Collection<br> Data<br> Date<br> FileManager<br> Number<br> NSObject<br> ProcessInfo<br> String<br> Thread <strong>UIKit:</strong><br> UIBarButtonItem<br> UIButton<br> UIColor<br> UIDevice<br> UIFont<br> UIImage<br> UIImageView<br> UILabel<br> UINavigationBar<br> UIPasteboard<br> UIScreen<br> UIScrollView<br> UITableView<br> UITextField<br> UITextView<br> UIToolbar<br> UIView<br> UIViewController<br> UIWebView<br> UIWindow<br> <strong>BFKit:</strong><br> BFApp<br> BFButton<br> BFLog<br> BFPassword<br> BFSystemSound<br> BFTextField<br> BFTouchID

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AFSwiftDateExtension

Extension to NSDate made in Swift to make life easier. Here some functionalities: compare dates using common compare operators: >, >=, <, <=, get interval between dates using custom operator >-<, add date components by using aritmethic operators, curryed functions for add/subtract date components

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DXTimestamper

A simple yet extensible solution to showing live timestamps on iOS, for past & future NSDates.

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SwiftDate

Easy NSDate Management in Swift (both for iOS and OSX)

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NMDatePicker

NSDatePicker replacement allowing for appearance customisation.

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Tempo

Date and time manager for iOS/OSX written in Swift

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BFKit

BFKit is a collection of useful classes to <strong>develop Apps faster</strong>. If you are looking for <strong>Swift</strong> version check it out here: <strong><a href="https://www.cocoacontrols.com/controls/bfkit-swift">BFKit-Swift</a></strong> <strong>Foundation:</strong><br> NSArray<br> NSData<br> NSDate<br> NSFileManager<br> NSMutableArray<br> NSMutableDictionary<br> NSNumber<br> NSObject<br> NSProcessInfo<br> NSString <strong>UIKit:</strong><br> UIButton<br> UIColor<br> UIDevice<br> UIFont<br> UIImage<br> UIImageView<br> UILabel<br> UIScrollView<br> UITableView<br> UITextField<br> UIView<br> UIWebView<br> UIWindow<br> <strong>BFKit:</strong><br> BFApp<br> BFButton<br> BFLog<br> BFPassword<br> BFSystemSound<br> BFTextField<br> BFTouchID (iOS 8)

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AFDateHelper

Convenience extension for NSDate in Swift.

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NSDate-Extension

Use NSDate-Extension to handle NSDate objects easily. [[NSDate date] get:@(8).days.ago];

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TMConsecutiveDayHelper

A pretty basic implementation to help keep track of a users streak of days where he/she has launched your app. The component uses NSUserDefaults to keep track of the dates. It also makes use of NSDate+Helpers category used in the PMCalendar repo here: https://github.com/kovpas/PMCalendar which is MIT Licensed. Install: Copy TMConsecutiveDayHelper.h and TMConsecutiveDayHelper.m into your project as well as NSDate+Helpers.h and NSDate+Helpers.m. Place a call to: [TMConsecutiveDayHelper appLaunched]; In your App Delegate's application didFinishLaunchingWithOptions: method Then to check on your users streak you can call: [TMConsecutiveDayHelper streakSizeInDays]; Or Alternatively call: [TMConsecutiveDayHelper hasComeBackForThisExactNumberOfDaysConsecutively:5] which returns a BOOL You're responsible for what you want to do with the info and the class just keeps track of the streak itself. Downsides: Because the app uses NSUserDefaults it could be gamed pretty easily, by the user changing the date on their device. The component also uses ARC so if your project is using reference counting (ie retain release) then place the compiler flag ' -fobjc-arc ' inside the TMConsecutiveDayHelper.m row under the 'Compile Sources' located within the 'Build Phases' Tab for your App/Target settings.

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DateTools

Dates and times made easy in Objective-C

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NVDate

Make NSDate manipulation goes easier

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RSCategories

Inclues a few essential categories for iOS Developers. There are helper methods for NSDate, NSString, NSUserDefaults, UIColor and UIImage. UIImage has a working implementation of Loading GIF for iPhone and iPad.

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MWDatePicker

An UIDatePicker replacement with custom Background and Selector Styles. (As seen in nextr)

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UIMonthYearPicker

UIMonthYearPicker is a UIPickerView subclass that allows you select date from month and year only, no days.

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SEHumanizedTimeDiff

An NSDate category to have humanly meaningful time intervals since todays date.

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