Saturday, December 15, 2012

Today's iOS Developer Resources.

Today's iOS Developer Resources.

1. Helper Library That Makes It Easy To Work With The Google Maps App URL Scheme

A helper library that automatically generates the proper URL scheme for integrating your apps with the Google Maps app.

You can find GoogleMapsKit on Github here.

You can read about how to use the Google Maps URL scheme on the Maps SDK documentation page here.

A nice simple way to use the Google Maps URL Scheme.

2. Handy UIFont Categories Allowing Custom Font Usage In Interface Builder

A category allowing you to use custom font's with Xcode's interface builder.

You simply need to add a key to your Info.plist file or NSDictionary and include the UIFont categories within your apps.

You can find FontReplacer on Github here with usage instructions and an example.

A very useful set of categories for working with custom fonts.

3. Tool/Library For Using Flash .SWF Assets Within Cocos2D-iPhone And Cocos2-X Apps

A Tool/Library allowing you to use Flash .SWF animations within Cocos2D-iPhone and Cocos2D-X.

You can find the source for the Super Animation Converter on Github here containing examples and an instructional PDF.

You can also download a compiled binary directly via the Cocos2D-X blog

4. Tutorial: Easy iOS In-App Purchase Validation

A tutorial demonstrating how to easily set up in-app purchase validation without using a secondary server.

You can find the tutorial on Ray's site here.

A nice straightforward guide to in-app purchase validation.

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