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  • This pull request has a title in the format Add Name of List.

    • Add Swift

    • Add Software Architecture

    • Update readme.md

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    • Add swift

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    • Added Swift

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    • - [iOS](…) - Mobile operating system for Apple phones and tablets.

    • - [Framer](…) - Prototyping interactive UI designs.

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    • - [Framer](…)

    • - [Framer](…) - prototyping interactive UI designs

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  • Includes a succinct description of the project/theme at the top of the readme. (Example)

    • Mobile operating system for Apple phones and tablets.

    • Prototyping interactive UI designs.

    • Resources and tools for iOS development.

    • Awesome Framer packages and tools.

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    • awesome-web-typography

    • awesome-Swift

    • AwesomeWebTypography

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    • # Awesome Swift

    • # Awesome Web Typography

    • # awesome-swift

    • # AwesomeSwift

  • Non-generated Markdown file in a GitHub repo.

  • The repo should have awesome-list & awesome as GitHub topics. I encourage you to add more relevant topics.

  • Not a duplicate. Please search for existing submissions.

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  • Includes the Awesome badge.

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    • The section should not appear in the Table of Contents.

  • All non-important but necessary content (like extra copyright notices, hyperlinks to sources, pointers to expansive content, etc) should be grouped in a Footnotes section at the bottom of the readme. The section should not be present in the Table of Contents.

  • Has consistent formatting and proper spelling/grammar.

    • The link and description are separated by a dash. Example: - [AVA](…) - JavaScript test runner.

    • The description starts with an uppercase character and ends with a period.

    • Consistent and correct naming. For example, Node.js, not NodeJS or node.js.

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