Krzysztof Zabłocki with an interesting code generation tool for Swift files which allows reflection over all of your types, and code generation from there. Obviously you wouldn't write your whole app using this, but you might want to save yourself some repetitive work by building some stuff this way. I'm personally not a big fan of code generation, but this does provide a workaround for some limitations we have in Swift at the moment.
NSNotification code can be a little messy which is a problem that this library by J. G. Pusey hopes to solve. It provides wrappers around many of the standard UIKit notifications so you can respond to them cleanly and easily. There's also support for things like SCReachability and even your own notifications. Looks interesting.
A new library from Ennio Masi for managing iOS permissions, performing priming and giving assistance with re-enabling disabled permissions. Just be careful not to annoy the user with constant permission requests unless your app literally can't work without them!
This isn't the first article on fixing DI for View Controllers by a long shot, and we all know that the only people who can really solve it are Apple. Until then, here's more thoughts from Arek Holko on the subject.