Sunday, December 23, 2012

Language for styling NSAttributedStrings


Slash is a simple, extensible markup language for styling NSAttributedStrings. The language is similar in appearance to HTML, however the meaning of each tag is user-defined.

In iOS 6, displaying attributed strings became much easier, however programatically creating them is still horrible. In fact, adding them to your application any way other than interface builder still requires messing with NSRanges and font attributes.


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