Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Today's iOS Developer Resources

1. Objective-C Utility Class Inspired By Underscore.js Providing Collection Helpers And More

An Objective-C utility class inspired by Underscore.js that provides helpers for using NSArray's, NSDictionaries and other objects.

You can find Underscore.m on Github here.

You can find the homepage with extensive documentation and examples here.

I'd seen other "ports" of Underscore.m that seemed to have issues, but this one looks excellent.

2. Library Providing Easily Customizable HTML-Style Syntax For Rich Text With NSAttributedString

A library allowing you to easily make great looking rich text by providing an html-style syntax for working with NSAttributedString that allows you to customize each tag.

You can find Slash on Github here.

A very nice library for easily creating customized rich text.

3. Open Source Library For Easily Creating A UILabel With Clickable Words

A library that allows you to easily create UILabels with tappable words.

You can find STTweetLabel on Github here.

Looks like a good solution if you're looking to create tappable words within a UIView.

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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