SDCAlertView started out as an alert that looked identical to UIAlertView, but had support for a custom content view. SDCAlertView is written in Swift, but can be used in both Swift and Objective-C. Corresponding types in Objective-C have the same name they do in Swift, but with an SDC prefix.
SlackTextViewController is a drop-in UIViewController subclass with a growing text input view and other useful messaging features. SlackTextViewController was develped to serve as a replacement for UITableViewController & UICollectionViewController. This library is used in Slack's iOSapp.
Simperium is a simple way for developers to move data as it changes, instantly and automatically. Simperium has crossplatform availability with implementation simply by downloading the zipfile, unzipping, attaching the recovered Simperium.xcodeproj into your application's project, and adding Simperium.framework in your target's Build Phase tab (under Link Binary with Libraries) with the addition of otherr dependencies.
TBXML is a light-weight XML document parser written in Objective-C and designed for use on Apple iPad, iPhone & iPod Touch and Mac OS devices. TBXML aims to provide the fastest possible XML parsing whilst utilising the fewest resources with this being achieved at the expense of XML validation and modification.
TITokenField is an iOSversion of the NSTokenField (See To: field in Mail and Messages). TITokenField is limited at the moment to one tokenising field and a content view below because it's pulled straight from one of my apps. Multiple field support also require tweaking.
Transition Kit is an Objective-C library for elegantly implementing state machines. Transition Kit is full-featured, completely documented, and very thoroughly unit tested. State machines are a great way to manage complexity in your application and TransitionKit provides you with an elegant API for implementing state machines in your next iOSor Mac OS X application.
UIAlertView+Blocks is a category on UIAlertView to use inline block callbacks instead of delegate callbacks. UIAlertView was created in a time before blocks, ARC, and judging by its naming – touch screens too.