Adam Yanalunas



Custom fonts are great. Swift is pretty great. But UIFont is still stringly-typed. And then there's dealing with Dynamic Type.

Font allows you to deal with fonts in a strongly-typed manner with no pain when it comes to Dynamic Type.

  • Register your custom font and its sizes
  • Implement it
  • Register something to update the font size when the Dynamic Font size changes
  • Keep being awesome

License: MIT

  • Swift


A simple, delightful wrapper for the Librato API with conveniences for common use cases

License: MIT

  • Objective C


An audio player with a modern, minimal UI. Powered by AVQueuePlayer.

  • Plays all file formats supported by iOS
  • Auto Layout keeps it looking fiiiine however you jam it into your app
  • Jump forward or backward with gestures

License: MIT

  • Objective C