Nimbus is a toolkit for experienced iOSsoftware designers. Nimbus provides well-documented, modular components that solve a number of common iOSsoftware requirements. This pluggin has comes with features such as web view controllers, simpler approach to table models, standardized interapp communication and powerful debugging tools to name a few.
MBProgressHUD is an iOSdrop-in class that displays a translucent HUD with an indicator or labels while work is being done in a background thread. The HUD is meant as a replacement for the undocumented, private UI kit, UIProgressHUD, with some additional features.
Texture is an iOSframework built on top of UIKit that keeps even the most complex user interfaces smooth and responsive. Texture was originally built to make Facebook's Paper possible, and goes hand-in-hand with pop's physics-based animations — but it's just as powerful with UIKit Dynamics and conventional app designs.
Masonry is a light-weight layout framework that allows for better code readability when wrapping Autolayouts. Masonry comes with its own DSL and provides a chainable way of describing NSLayoutConstraints resulting in more readable and concise layout code.
TTTAttributedLabel was created to be a drop-in replacement for UILable. TTTAttributedLabel provides a simple API to styling text with NSAttributedString while remaining performant added bonuses of supporting link embedding.
Charts is an open source library for IOS. Charts is very comfortable to work with as it saves much time when carrying out cross platform developemnet. The library is available on both Android and iOSand code stays similar regardless thereby preventing developers from re-inventing their applications to produce the same output witha different library.
An extensible iOSand OS X animation library.Useful for physics based interactions. Appears to be designed by Facebook employees, though no official website is listed on the GitHub handle that is apparent.
PureLayout is an API for iOSand OS X auto layout that is simple, immensely powerful. Objective-C and Swift compatible. PureLayout provides a fully capable and developer-friendly interface for Auto Layout.
MarqueeLabel is a UILabel subclass that adds a scrolling marquee effect when the text of the label outgrows the available width with the provision specifying scrolling direction and speed. Marquee Label is compatible with both iOSand tvOS, and currently works with Swift 5.0 and the iOS12.2 SDK with maintenance done solely on swift.
DACircularProgress originally built to serve as an imitation of Facebooks photo progression is a UIView subclass with circular UIProgressView properties. DACircularProgress is compatible with iOS5.0+ devices and was made with ARC enabled by default
MWPhotoBrowser is an iOSphoto and video browser that offers users the opportunity view multiple images or videos by providing either UIImage objects, PHAsset objects, or URLs to library assets, web images/videos or local files. MWPhotoBrowser handles the downloading and caching of photos from the web seamlessly with the option for photos to be zoomed and panned, and optional (customisable) captions to be displayed.
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.
TOCropViewController is an open-source UIViewController subclass to crop out sections of UIImage objects, as well as perform basic rotations. It was designed with the iOSPhotos app editor in mind, and should be easy to operate for iOSusers.
Bootsrap is an open source frontend library that lets you code responsive web and mobile pages. Bootstrap allows you swiftly prototype or develop your applications due to its sass variables and mixins. This library also consists of powerful plug-ins built on jQuery.