Swift Top 10 Open Source of the Month (v.Apr 2018)

For the past month, we ranked nearly 200 Swift Open Source Projects to pick the Top 10.

We compared projects with new or major release during this period. Mybridge AI ranks projects based on a variety of factors to measure its quality for professionals.

  • Average number of Github stars in this edition: 678⭐️
  • “Watch” Swift Top 10 Open Source on Github and get email once a month.
  • Topics: Asynchronous, Context Menu, In App Purchase, Delegation, Text Editor, Cocoapods, Functional Programming, Flow Layouts, Home Button, Debugger

Open source projects can be useful for programmers. Hope you find an interesting project that inspires you.

Course of the month:

A) Beginners: iOS 11 and Swift 4 for Beginners: 200+ Hands-On Tutorials.[1,004 recommends, 4.7/5 stars]

B) Build Apps: The Complete iOS 11 & Swift Developer Course — Build 20 Apps. [2,712 recommends, 4.6/5 stars]

Rank 1

Swift-nio: Event-driven network application framework for high performance protocol servers & clients non-blocking. [3494 stars on Github]. Courtesy of Apple


Rank 2

ContextMenu: An iOS context menu UI inspired by Things 3. [579 stars on Github]. Courtesy of GitHawk


Rank 3

Merchantkit: A modern In-App Purchases management framework for iOS. [515 stars on Github]. Courtesy of Benjamin Mayo


Rank 4

Delegated: Closure-based delegation without memory leaks [420 stars on Github]. Courtesy of Oleg Dreyman


Rank 5

Textor: A plain text editor for iOS [364 stars on Github]. Courtesy of Louis D'hauwe


Rank 6

Tiercel: An easy-to-use and feature-rich pure Swift download framework [Language is in Chinese. Use auto page translation] [525 stars on Github]. Courtesy of Danie1s


Rank 7

FunctionKit: A framework for functional types and operations designed to fit naturally into Swift. [195 stars on Github]. Courtesy of Michael Pangburn


Rank 8

Blueprints: A framework that is meant to make your life easier when working with collection view flow layouts. [234 stars on Github]. Courtesy of Christoffer Winterkvist


Rank 9

HomeButton: Bringing the home button back to iPhone X [235 stars on Github]. Courtesy of Nathan Gitter


Rank 10

Resumable-assert: Assert replacement to continue execution in debugger [86 stars on Github]. Courtesy of Google

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