At Q42 we love creating things that people enjoy using. Along the way, we've created and contributed to several open source libraries. Collected on this page are some of them.
Tool to get strong typed, autocompleted resources like images, cells and segues in Swift.
Promissum is a promises library written in Swift. It features some known functions from Functional Programming, like `map` and `flatMap`.
SegueManager makes it easier to perform segues with closures. No longer split your code into two parts when performing the segue and inside of `prepareForSegue`.
Compute the differences between two arrays of ViewModels. Animate UITableView or UICollectionViews based on updates from the differences.
A convenient API for creating styled strings. Uses value types to create NSAttributedStrings.
Render low-res image previews with only ~200 bytes of unique data generated by the Q42.ImagePreview.net library.
Last updated: June 2018
An Android view for displaying repeated continuous side scrolling images. This can be used to create a parallax animation effect.
Last updated: August 2017
A pure Kotlin logging library for Android with zero overhead.
Last updated: March 2016
Useful library for data driven Windows Phone and Windows C# / XAML WinRT projects.
Last updated: August 2015
Open source library for interaction with the Rijksmuseum API.
Last updated: May 2019
Library for implementing an easy to use image resizer.
Last updated: October 2016
A ddp server for nodejs with reactive collections.