The big news of the week is that Swift is now open source. There's a lot more going on though, as we cover build speed for your Android apps, wrapping C libraries in Swift and much more.
The Facebook SDK for tvOS was released last week, allowing Facebook login, sharing and analytics for your Apple TV apps.
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Learn how to wrap a C library from Swift...if you're into that kind of thing.
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This week's new projects include:
Format: A Swift Formatter Kit.
Chatto: A lightweight framework to build chat applications, from Badoo.
Pantry: The missing light peristence layer for Swift.
Kingfisher: A lightweight library for downloading and caching images from the web.
If there's one thing that developers hate, it's waiting for things to build. You'll find some Android Build Speed tips here.
Some Android projects you might want to check out:
loading-balls: A highly configurable library to do loading progress with animated balls.
XRecyclerView: A RecyclerView that implements pull to refresh and loading more features.
BookDash: An Android app for the NPO where you can download books in different languages for free.
ScreenshotsNanny: A library that helps take screenshots for publishing on the Google Play Store.
Paco Soria asks Who Cares about the design language.
MaterialUp have a great article which shows design concepts and their implementation in CodePen in Can You Code This Design Concept?
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