RMHttp is a Lightweight REST library for iOS and watchOS.
RefreshUI provide native refresh control to SwiftUI.
PullToRefresh for any kind of view.
Super easy way to use "Pull To Refresh" and "Infinite Scrolling" with 1 line of code.
PullToReach is a simple drag-and-drop solution for implementing the pull-to-reach functionality seen in the music app Soor by Tanmay.
Animated, customizable, and flexible pull-to-refresh framework for faster and easier iOS development.
FlippingNotch is "pull to refresh/add/show" custom animation written Swift, using the iPhone X Notch.
An easy way to use pull to refresh and infinite scrolling in Swift. Pod 'ESPullToRefresh'
Simple refresh control for iOS inspired by concept.
Custom animated pull-to-refresh that can be easily added to UIScrollView.
Pull-to-refresh animation in UICollectionView with a sticky header flow layout, written in Swift.
GIFRefreshControl is a pull to refresh that supports GIF images as track animations.
iOS Simple Cool PullToRefresh Library. It is written in pure swift.
Easily add vertical and horizontal pull to refresh to any UIScrollView. Can also add multiple pull-to-refesh views at once.
MJRefresh is An easy way to use pull-to-refresh.
Play BreakOut while loading - A playable pull to refresh view using SpriteKit.
Yet another custom pull to refresh for your needs.Inspired by Google Chrome iOS app.
A fully customizable pull-to-refresh control for iOS inspired by Storehouse iOS app.
PullToRefresh extension for all UIScrollView type classes with animated text drawing style.
UzysAnimatedGifPullToRefresh is Add PullToRefresh using animated GIF to any scrollView with just simple code.
These UIScrollView categories makes it super easy to add pull-to-refresh and infinite scrolling fonctionalities to any UIScrollView (or any of its subclass).
You can add animated "pull to refresh" action to your UIScrollView, UITableView and UICollectionView.
DGElasticPullToRefresh is an Elastic pull to refresh compontent developed in Swift.
MNTPullToReact is an extended evolution of the famous Pull to Refresh interaction.