What’s everyone working on this month? (October 2022)

This page summarizes the projects mentioned and recommended in the original post on reddit.com/r/swift

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  • AsyncValue

    A simple swift package that provides a Swift Concurrency equivalent to `@Published`.

    For anyone interested: https://github.com/BrentMifsud/AsyncValue

  • Spriteoscope

    Swift+SpriteKit implementation of the classic Kaleidoscope for the Cromemco Dazzler

    I wrote a version of a classic bit of 1976 demo ware called kaleidoscope. I wrote it using Cocoa and SpriteKit for macOS, but I think I'll port it to SwiftUI and then try making it run under iOS as well.

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  • CreateAPI

    Delightful code generator for OpenAPI specs

    The app I'm working on uses OpenAPI, and I've been loving using CreateAPI to generate my netcode. I just compiled the library locally for the first time, and submitted a PR to bump the version of one of the dependencies. Fun stuff!

  • SwiftSDL2

    Swift wrapper around Simple Direct Media Layer (SDL2) for macOS, iOS, Linux and Windows

    Finally, this is less "in active development", but I'm continuing to do research for a cross-platform Swift library. It'll probably build on the various SDL bindings already on github (there's a list of a bunch at the bottom of this readme), although I'd like to build it such that you could potentially swap out the rendering for something else pretty easily.

  • TBX-Scope

    A ligtweight TBX reader

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NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts plus user suggested alternatives. Hence, a higher number means a more popular project.

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