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Chip-8 emulator for watchOS, macOS and tvOS
4 projects | /r/EmuDev | 27 Feb 2021
Anyways, I wanted to share this somewhere appropriate so here I am - hope it's of interest! Any feedback would be really appreciated, especially on the core emulator part. I also wanted to mention that I relied on a lot of good blogs/resources/repos to complete the project and reference them in the Swift package project.
What are some alternatives?
SMCKit - Apple SMC library & tool
SystemKit - macOS system library in Swift
BlueSignals - Generic Cross Platform Signal Handler
Deviice - Swift library to easily check the current device and some more info about it.
PassEncoder - Simple PassKit (Apple Wallet) encoding and signing in Swift.
QEMU-Manager - macOS graphical frontend to QEMU
Defaults - 💾 Swifty and modern UserDefaults
BluetoothConnector - Simple macOS CLI to connect/disconnect a Bluetooth device. Useful for AirPods or other Bluetooth headphones.
Splash - A fast, lightweight and flexible Swift syntax highlighter for blogs, tools and fun!
macos-wallpaper - Manage the desktop wallpaper on macOS
chip-8-tvOS - A Chip-8 emulator for tvOS written in Swift.
WhatsNewKit - Showcase your awesome new app features 📱