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Loading images asynchronously with kingfisher blocks user interaction
1 project | reddit.com/r/SwiftUI | 26 Apr 2021
What’s everyone working on this month? (November 2021)
1 project | reddit.com/r/swift | 8 Nov 2021
Going to see if I can get data-driven workflows into https://github.com/wwt/SwiftCurrent so that you can define an order of things dynamically from a server. Already having some successes with SwiftUI, so I'm hopeful it'll land (or at least beta) by the end of the month.
Article: Why is SwiftCurrent using GitHub Actions?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/devops | 22 Oct 2021
If you want to look under the hood to see how we set up all our CI/CD code, you can look here: https://github.com/wwt/SwiftCurrent/tree/main/.github
Change screen depending from which screen it is pushed
1 project | reddit.com/r/swift | 18 Oct 2021
I'm not sure if you're still looking into this, but this library might help: https://github.com/wwt/SwiftCurrent specifically that it helps you manage workflows through your app. It sounds like you're in UIKit, which there's support for managing at the view controller level. You might want to take a look to see if it gives you any ideas.
I've been working on an open-source library for managing complex workflows in Swift called SwiftCurrent. It comes with built-in support for UIKit and SwiftUI app-routing, and I think it's worth a look!
1 project | reddit.com/r/test | 14 Sep 2021
What’s everyone working on this month? (September 2021)
1 project | reddit.com/r/swift | 8 Sep 2021
Working on https://github.com/wwt/SwiftCurrent with a focus on getting SwiftUI support out of beta. I also need to do better in the readme to more convincingly portrait the library's value for managing complicated workflows in your swift apps.
Show HN: SwiftCurrent – A library for managing workflows in Swift
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 16 Aug 2021
I've been working on an open source library for managing complex workflows in Swift called SwiftCurrent. It comes with built-in support for UIKit and SwiftUI app-routing, and I think it's worth a look!
1 project | reddit.com/r/iOSProgramming | 10 Aug 2021
I've been getting to work on this open source project for work: SwiftCurrent. It manages complex workflows wherever Swift can be built. It comes with built-in support for UIKit, Storyboards, and SwiftUI app-routing.
1 project | reddit.com/r/swift | 9 Aug 2021
SwiftCurrent - Manage complex workflows wherever Swift can be built. It comes with built-in support for UIKit, Storyboards, and SwiftUI.
1 project | reddit.com/r/SwiftPM | 9 Aug 2021
What are some alternatives?
RxFlow - RxFlow is a navigation framework for iOS applications based on a Reactive Flow Coordinator pattern
URLNavigator - ⛵️ Elegant URL Routing for Swift
Crossroad - :oncoming_bus: Route URL schemes easily
MonarchRouter - Declarative URL- and state-based router written in Swift.
LightRoute - LiteRoute is easy transition for your app. Written on Swift 4
Appz - 📱 Launch external apps, and deeplink, with ease using Swift!
Linker - 🎯 Your easiest way to handle all URLs.
CTMediator - The mediator with no regist process to split your iOS Project into multiple project.
ApplicationCoordinator - Coordinators Essential tutorial
IKRouter - URLScheme router than supports auto creation of UIViewControllers for associated url parameters to allow creation of navigation stacks
SwiftUIX - Extensions and additions to the standard SwiftUI library.