A collection of reusable patterns, protocols, classes, structs, and extensions we have been using in our Swift code from some time now, grouped into libraries based on purpose.

What's New

Coordination library reference amended


This release contains the work done to fix a compilation issue that was occurring when compiling the package for iOS, tvOS, and xrOS, due to an outdated reference to the Coordination library.

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This package contains the core building blocks that we, Röck+Cöde, usually use to build our libraries and application written in the Swift programming language.


This package contains several libraries which can be imported, and these libraries are grouped by a certain concern, feature or purpose.

To provide further details about the libraries included in this package:

  • SwiftLibsCommunication: protocols, enumerations and a ready-to-use mock url class to build remote API services;
  • SwiftLibsCoordination: protocols to implement the Coordinator pattern and some ready-to-use platform-specific concrete routers;
  • SwiftLibsDependency: a ready-to-use, simple Dependency Injection mechanism that levers heavily on the dynamic property wrappers provided by the Swift programming language;
  • SwiftLibsFoundation: extensions we usually add to the base layer functionality and primitive types provided by the Swift standard library;
  • SwiftLibsPersistence (available for Apple platforms only): protocols, extensions and a ready-to-use fetcher class to simplify the building of the CoreData persistence layer;


It is possible to add this package to other libraries and applications by adding it as a dependency in a Package.swift file or in a Xcode project, through the Package dependencies interface.

This package has minimum platform requirements that are important to take into account:

  • iOS 15.0 or higher;
  • macOS 12.0 or higher;
  • tvOS 15.0 or higher;
  • watchOS 8.0 or higher.

Package file

In the intended Package.swift file, it is required to add the following dependency:

dependencies: [
    // ...
    .package(url: "https://github.com/rock-n-code/swift-libs.git", from: "0.2.0")
    // ...

Then it is required to add the package to your target, like this:

targets: [
        // ...
        dependencies: [
            .product(name: "SwiftLibs", package: "swift-libs")
        // ...


In an opened Xcode project, it is required to follow these steps to install the package:

  1. click on the Xcode project file in the sidebar to display Project and Targets;
  2. select the project under the Project section to show the Info, Build Settings and Package Dependencies options in the center menu just right on top;
  3. select the Package Dependencies option to show the defined dependencies of the project;
  4. press on the + (plus) button to add dependencies to the project;
  5. enter the URL https://github.com/rock-n-code/swift-libs.git into the Search or Enter Package URL located in the upper right corner;
  6. select the retrieved option;
  7. define the dependency rule (the Up to Next Major Version option and the 0.2.0 text are recommended);
  8. select the target to which the dependency will be applied (if required);
  9. wait for the package to be resolved and included in the project;
  10. now you should be ready to start using this package!

Other considerations

This library is fully supported on Apple platforms: iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS. In addition, basic support for Linux platform has been added as well, but it is rather limited for the time being. It is just a matter of time, though, as the Foundation framework is moving towards cross-platform support by moving away from its dependency on legacy Objective-C components.

⚠️ Please notice that this library only supports the Swift Package Manager, and that support for other dependency managers such as Cocoapods and Carthage has not been prioritised.


  • Swift Tools 5.7.0
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Last updated: Sat Apr 13 2024 09:24:08 GMT-0900 (Hawaii-Aleutian Daylight Time)