Thursday, December 27, 2012

Today's iOS Developer Resources

1. Open Source iOS UIAlertView Control Allowing A High Level Of Customization

An iOS Objective-C user interface control for easily creating highly customized UIAlertViews.  You can add images to signify the type of allert, change the background, and outline.

 

You can find GRAlertView on Github here.

A great control for creating custom alert views.

2. Example: Applying The Backbone.js View Concepts To An iOS UIView With Objective-C

An example based on the Backbone.js project showing an alternative method of working with the UIViews using an observer rather than the usual pattern.

You can find NSBackbone on Github here.

You can read more about the example and benefits of this pattern on Berniz's blog here.

An interesting alternative to the usual way of working with UIViews.

3. Easy App Store Promo Code Distribution Tool With Tracking

A Mac based tool for easy iOS app store promo code distribution, and promo code usage tracking.

You can download Tokens from the homepage here (Requires OS X 10.8+).

The free version allows you to generate tokens for one of your apps.

4. An Improved Implementation of the $1 Unistroke Gesture Recognizer For iOS

An open source iOS library providing an improved implementation of the $1 unistroke gesture recognizer.

You can read about CMUnistrokeGesture on Chris's blog here.

You can find CMUnistrokeGesture on Github here.

A nice example app is included demonstrating a wide variety of gestures.

5. Open Source UIImageView Extension Providing Proper Support For Animated GIFs

An open source library providing a UIImage extension for loading animated gifs.

OLImageVIew also performs a number of other optimizations to provide a consistent experience.

You can find OLImageView on Github here.

A nice library to find handy in case you ever find yourself working with animated gif files.

6. Library And Examples For Easier iOS UIActivity Provider Creation

A template removing much of the boiler plate code need in creating a UIActivity provider along with a couple of examples.

You can find ZYActivity on Github here.

A great starting point on creating a UIActivityProvider.

If you've created, or come across any iOS developer resources that you'd like to share you can submit them in below comment section.

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