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- CALayer Tutorial: Getting Started – raywenderlich.com
- AsyncDisplayKit – Facebook
- ProgressKit – Kaunteya Suryawanshi
- iOS Animations by Tutorials – Marin Todorov
- Core Animation Programming Guide – Apple
- Xcode Plugins – NSHipster
- Xcode Plugin Template – Delisa Mason
- Alcatraz | The package manager for Xcode
- XcodeGhost – Wikipedia
- The CIA Campaign to Steal Apple’s Secrets – theintercept.com
- Using and Extending the Xcode Source Editor – WWDC ’16
- XcodeKit Reference – Apple
- Escape From Alcatraz: The Brave New World of Xcode Extensions – Ellen Shapiro
- iOS 10: Creating an Xcode 8 Extension – raywenderlich.com
- iOS 10: Dynamic Xcode 8 Extensions – raywenderlich.com
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