Looks like promising way to do DI in swift. If you think you really need a framework anyways. 🤷🏻♂️
(Recommended by my bandmate Jim)
GitHub – jianstm/Schedule: ⏳ Lightweight timed task scheduler for Swift.
— Read on github.com/jianstm/Schedule
The iOS network layer developed by Twitter.
The Twitter Network Layer (TNL) is a framework for interfacing with the Apple provided
NSURLSessionstack that provides additional levels of control and insight over networking requests, provides simple configurability and minimizes the cognitive load necessary to maintain a robust and wide-reaching networking system.
A lightweight, one line setup, iOS / OSX network debugging library!
This claims to be a collection of libraries, but AFAICT the main thing it offers is Tasks, which is like a promise kit for async requests. Looks nice, though.
Bolts is a collection of low-level libraries designed to make developing mobile apps easier.
Bolts Tasks is a complete implementation of futures/promises for iOS/OS X/watchOS/tvOS and any platform that supports Swift. A task represents the result of an asynchronous operation, which typically would be returned from a function
ResponseDetective is a non-intrusive framework for intercepting any outgoing requests and incoming responses between your app and your server for debugging purposes.