5 iOS Libraries to Inspire Your App Development
Download and display images, install a cool navigation bar, feature a modern calendar, and more
Nuke is a powerful library all-in-one that provides a simple way to download and display images in your app.
Fully customizable and with many different features, you can use it in every app that shows images from the web.
The following are the main features:
- Memory and disk cache
- Background-image decompression
- Image processing
- Resumable downloading
- Images prefetching
- Rate limiting
- Progressive JPEG loading
- Animated-images support
- Alamofire, WebP, Gifu, and FLAnimatedImage integrations
StylableNavigationBar provides a lightweight and beautiful replacement for the standard
You can use it programmatically or with a storyboard without any effort and customize your bar style, color, and tint.
This library simulates the web view controller used by many apps, such as Instagram, Facebook, Reddit, etc.
Basically, it can be used to open a web page inside a draggable modal that can be closed with a swipe.
If you need to have a calendar on your app, this library is the best choice.
It has a beautiful user interface. Also, it can be highly customized by changing day, year, and month background color; text color; and highlight color programmatically.
With iOS 13, Apple changed the
UISegmentedControlstyle and design. Now it is rounder, flat, and cleaner.
This library is a subclass of
UIControl and reimplements the look of the new
UISegmentedControl component. In this way, developers can use it even in previous iOS versions. It also supports text and images as a segment type.