5 iOS Libraries Ready for Your New Projects
UIAlertController on steroids, custom input view, MessageKit, and much more
We’ll start with a beautiful cross-platform (iOS & macOS) library that allows developers to simply add toolbars/custom input accessories.
The configuration is really easy — you only need to modify the
ribbon-configuration.json file, and you are ready to go.
The library also supports dark mode.
Citing the words of the author Andrew Podkovyrin, “When was the last time you told your designer you couldn’t customize UIAlertController? Now it is possible.”
Thanks to this library you can display any
ViewController in a
UIAlertController instead of only the title and message.
Wonderful news, indeed.
Bored with the normal tab bar? Do you seek a new cool interface for your latest app?
This small library can be used to create a really cool and flat overlay tab bar.
Even if there isn’t real documentation right now, there’s an example project inside the product that briefly explains how to use it.
This is the best library if you want to add a highly customizable chat or messages feature on your app (I’m using it in one of mine).
Below you can find the different message types supported right now:
- Text message (simple and attributed)
This last library, that simulates a gentle raindrop fall, is a really cool animation that can be used to make your app more dynamic and attractive to the users.
You can configure drop direction, the numbers of droplets, min and max size, and min and max duration.
Thanks for reading.