1. Open Source iOS UI Control For Easily Creating A Mosaic Style Interface
An open source control that makes it easy to create a mosaic style user interface control.
You can find MosaicUI on Github here.
Included is a sample project – a quick project for getting a Mosaic style interface up and running.
An objective-c UIColor category adding a number of helper values allowing you to use hex values, perform color comparisons, and more.
You can download ColorUtils on Github here.
Included is a sample project showing ColorUtils in action – very straightforward to use.
An open source control allowing you to create notification views like the native iOS notification views shown when the user receives a push notification.
You can find MPNotificationView on Github here.
Another great control for providing the user with unobtrusive notification.
An Objective-C tutorial explaining the differences between the different ways to represent nothingness in Objective-C (NULL, nil, Nill and NSNull).
You can find the guide on the NSHipster site here.
A nice straightforward explanation of one of those potentially annoying Objective-C idiosyncrasies.
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