Besher Al Maleh

iOS Engineer


Fireworks - Particle Editor for macOS

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Fireworks is a visual editor for CAEmitter particle effects. It generates native Swift code in real-time that you can use in your iOS or macOS project without third-party libraries or dependencies.

Featured in Hacking with Swift's 8 Essential Apps for iOS Developers article and iOS Dev Weekly issue 422.

Draw with Math

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Practice your math skills while playing with friends and family. The game lets you compete to solve math problems by drawing directly on the screen.

I trained a CoreML model on 60,000 handwritten digits. The game uses this model to recognize the player's drawing.


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A customizable weather app built in SwiftUI + UIKit for iPhone and iPad that lets you choose backgrounds for different weather conditions.

Find my Latte

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Combines ARKit with CoreLocation to let you find nearby Starbucks coffee shops using augmented reality, request directions, share pictures with other users, and much more!

Classic Barjees for iPad

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Classic Barjees is based on a traditional middle-eastern board game.

The game is built in SpriteKit, and it supports both local and online multiplayer. Online play is handled by GameKit and GameCenter.

QuickTicker Library

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QuickTicker is a Swift library that lets you create simple ticker animations using one line of code.

It features simple syntax that's similar to UIView's animate methods

  • Works with text mixed in with numbers in the same label
  • Works on both UILabels and UITextFields,
  • Completion handler support
  • Animation curves and decimal points for the label
  • Memory safe
  • Unit tested
Read more about it on Medium.

Lion Search for macOS

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My first Swift app. I built it for a previous job as an IT support analyst. It is a macOS app that fetches user data from the Active Directory within a corporate environment.

The app executes a Shell script to pull the data (dscl localhost -read), and then it filters the results using regular expressions to present valuable information to the user

Read more about it on Medium.

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