This week we've lists of products for iOS developers, advice on selecting 3rd party libraries, and much more.
There's an unmissable list from iOS Goodies on Product Hunt listing a number of useful tools for iOS developers.
Check out these Considerations for Choosing 3rd Party Swift Libraries.
Did you know that you can try out a CocoaPod before using it in your project? Google show you how.
Some projects I found this week
PhoneNumberKit: a Swift framework for parsing, formatting and validating international phone numbers
Prephirences: provides useful protocols and convenience methods for application preferences, configurations and app-state.
TuningFork: a simple tuner for iOS
SDECollectionViewAlbumTransition: CollectionView Controller Transition for opening and closing albums.
SwiftGen: A collection of tools to generate Swift code.
Check out this advice on Mastering the Coordinator Layout.
Some projects from the week:
plaid: a showcase of material design
nevolution: evolve the Android notification experience of existing apps
fresco: Facebook's library for managing images and the memory they use
AndroidSwipeableCardStack: a tinder like swipeable card stack component.
FirstRound have an excellent article showing How You Design Your Mobile App for Maximum Growth
See why Alex Austin thinks that Mobile App Developers are Suffering.
Finally check out How Uber Uses Spark and Hadoop to Optimise Customer Experience