Five Awesome New iOS Libraries to Use in Your Projects
Emoji art, picture-in-picture, splashy waves, and more
Let’s start with one of the most useful features for many different kinds of apps that use video. We’re talking about picture-in-picture!
This library will add a feature we’ve already seen on famous apps like YouTube, Telegram, and WhatsApp to your app with only a few lines of code.
This library adds a colored wave overlaying custom text and changes its color.
This beautiful animation can be used for your app’s splash screen or during app loading.
Add a top drawer that can be pulled up or down over the screen with a simple gesture!
Simple and useful chart library that can be used in many different app contexts.
Completely written in Swift, this powerful library allows you to easily create charts and manage categories, colors, and views.
BSChart is a simple and useful chart library written on Swift - iBlacksus/BSChart
This simple view can be used for passcode or OTP. Quickly customizable with different classes and very easy to use, you can start immediately simply by adding two lines of code.
Emoji Pixel Art
Here’s how it works:
Go through every few pixels of the image (specified by
resolution) and get the color of that pixel
Treating each color’s rgb as a 3d vector, compare the euclidian distance of that color with every color in the provided palette, and get the color with the nearest distance
Get the emoji associated with that color value from a precomputed dictionary of colors to emojis
Draw the emoji in the rect occupied by the current pixel with dimension specified by
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