Enhance your app / service with a photo editor. It's fully customizable and SDKs are available for iOS, Android and HTML5.
Statistics about SwiftPM packages on GitHub.
Networking was born out of the necessity of having a simple networking library that doesn't have crazy programming abstractions or uses the latest reactive programming techniques, but just a plain, simple and convenient wrapper around NSURLSession that supports common needs such as faking requests and caching images out of the box.
This project brings FlatBuffers (an efficient cross platform serialization library) to Swift.
A Swift NSPredicate DSL for iOS & OS X inspired by SnapKit, lovingly written in Swift.
Natasha the Robot is writing about protocol-oriented views in Swift and explains how you can use the power of protocol extensions in views.
Jean-Pierre Distler wrote this tutorial to explain how to write command line programs for OS X using Swift.
A good summary of various statements regarding the dynamic features of the Objective-C runtime in Swift.
Paul Hudson with a great summary of all the upcoming changes of Swift 3.
Erica Sadun summarizes a few features that unfortunately won't make it into Swift 3.0.
Greg Parker gives a few insights into ABI stability and issues that Apple encountered when rushing ABI stability earlier.
Andyy Hope gives an introduction to functional programming with Swift and explains the most basic concepts.