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I've been working on something new for the last few weeks, and it's time to share it. It's called the SwiftPM Library and it's a place to find libraries that support the Swift Package Manager. πŸ“¦

I wrote up plenty of detail about what it is, and why I built it in this blog post. This paragraph pretty much sums it up though:

Picking the right dependencies to add to your project is hard, and that’s what the SwiftPM Library aims to help with. There’s much more to do on that side of things, but I’m already analysing the Package.swift file, any relevant Xcode project files inside the library and the git history for each package to make sure that the search results recommend the best quality libraries first. I want to make it easy for you to make great decisions about what dependencies to use.

Go experiment with it, then add any packages that are missing, and if there's anything you'd like to see there's a feature requests Trello board where we can talk about them.

Dave Verwer

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