Myriad Tables Lib is an AppleScript script library that gives AppleScript scripts the ability to show dialogs containing tables. It requires OS X 10.10 or later.
You can download Myriad Tables Lib plus samples and documentation here.
Metadata Lib is a library for conducting Spotlight queries, as an alternative to the command-line tools mdls and mdfind via do shell script. You can download Metadata Lib plus documentation here.
Dialog Toolkit and Dialog Toolkit Plus are ASObjC-based script libraries for showing enhanced dialogs. Add multiple text entry fields, checkboxes, popup menus, radio buttons, path controls, extra buttons and rules to dialogs. Dialog Toolkit v2.0.3 is a compatible update that fixes an issue with macOS High Sierra (10.13), while Dialog Toolkit Plus is an enhanced version that gives greater flexibility but requires macOS 10.10 or later. You can download the libraries and documentation here.
SQLite Lib is a library for fast and efficient SQLite programming from AppleScript, based on the well-known open-source FMDB Framework. If you ever need to access SQLite databases, or need a simple database for your scripts, this is the answer. Read more here.
BridgePlus is an AppleScript script library for use under OS X 10.9 and later. For typical scripters, it includes a collection of handlers based on the functionality of ASObjC Runner.app. For AppleScriptObjC users, there are commands that support improved bridging between AppleScript and Cocoa, as well as direct access to the extended functionality. Read more here.
CalendarLib is an AppleScript script library for manipulating calendar events without using Calendar.app. It requires OS X 10.9 or later, as well as the BridgePlus script library.
The advantages of using CalendarLib rather than Calendar.app are:
* You do not need to have Calendar.app running.
* It is much faster. Hugely so, especially if you have a busy schedule.
* When you ask for events that fall between two dates, unlike Calendar.app it includes recurring events.
* If you want to change how it works, you can edit it to suit.
The disadvantages are:
* You need to instal two libraries, either in a central Script Libraries folder or within the bundle of applets.
* It does not support all the features of Calendar.app.
Version 1.1 adds new command for retrieving multiple calendars.
You can download CalendarLib plus documentation and BridgePlus here.
CalendarLib EC is identical to CalendarLib, except:
* It requires El Capitan or later.
* It does not require BridgePlus.
* Several of the command parameters are optional.
You can download CalendarLib EC plus documentation here.
AppleScript's traditional way of storing preferences, using persistent properties, is not always available. You can't use rely on it if you're codesigning for Gatekeeper compatibility, or if you're using GUI script, or if you have top-level Cocoa objects in your scripts. DefaultsLib makes it simple to take advantage of the built-in defaults system for storing your scripts' preferences. You can download the library and documentation here.
FileTagsLib provides a way of retrieving and setting file tags, something not available via either Finder or System Event scripting. You can download the library and documentation here.
FileManagerLib provides handlers for file management tasks like duplicating, copying, moving, renaming, deleting, and trashing files, as well as creating folders, alias files, symbolic links and hard links, and comparing files and folder contents. As well as providing some features unavailable using either Finder or System Events scripting, it offers more options, greater speed, and some extra conveniences. You can download the library and documentation here.