Brisk is being mothballed due to general incompatibilities with modern version of Swift. I recommend checking out ReactiveSwift, which solves many of the issues that prompted me to make Brisk in the first place.
Simple Atomic<T> class for numbers and strings.
Uncomplicated dispatch keyword for firing off background routines.
Awesome Chan<T> for concurrent communication.
Useful sync APIs. M
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