IOS & OS X
Using Metal 3D graphics, this Swift project does a bang-up (sorry) job demonstrating how to simulate fireworks on OS X. To create a more realistic experience, the code calculates gravity and air drag and uses alpha blending to create a natural transparency effect. kjpgit
An interesting project for the musically inclined, @danielbreves library is all about music theory, from the developer perspective. And if you like electronic music, check out Daniel's work.
Focused on a simple API, this JSON to Swift mapper includes support for accessing objects using subscripts and handles type mapping as well as custom transformations. fen-x
This project uses Clang and SourceKit to build an AST representation of your code, as input for generating documentation. If you are not familiar with SourceKit, this is an interesting read that's worth a few minutes of your time. @realm
Diamond sets out to overcome many of limitations of using xcrun for writing scripts in Swift. The package includes a Swift interpreter, a Ruby script to manage Xcode project details and includes a library to simplify working with files, regular expressions and Strings. @Injection4Xcode
This project will capture network requests and responses, including those of any 3rd party libraries. The package also includes basic and extended logging features. kasketis