As we get towards the end of the year, there's still a lot of stuff going on. See about new additions to developer tools, and some really useful projects.
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Here are some projects that might grab your attention:
Awesome-Swift-Education: Resources for learning about Swift
swiftScan: A barcode and QR code scanner
ImageViewer: An image viewer like Twitter's
XLActionController: Fully customizable and extensible action sheet controller written in Swift 2
You can now reduce friction for your users and have One tap sign-up and automatic sign-in without password entry using Smart Lock in the latest Google Play Services release.
Continue reading about Refactoring Plaid in the latest part (we featured part one last week).
Have you been considering developing for Google Cardboard? Here's a nice intro to find out a little more about getting started with the SDK.
Here are some new Android projects that you might find useful:
Knife: a rich text editor for writing documents in Android
scoop: a micro framework for building view based modular Android applications from Lyft
JustWeEngine: an easy open source Android game engine
CircularFillableLoaders: beautiful circular fillable loaders to be used for splashscreen
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