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Sunday, March 17, 2013

Today iOS Development Open Sources, Resources, Articles, Tutorials and Samples


1. Open Source Control For Quickly Creating Great Looking Animated Drop-Down Menus

An open source control for easily creating great looking drop down menus with icons inspired by the Vine social sharing app



You can find REMenu on Github here.

A nice way to quickly make great looking menus.

2. A Ruby Gem/CLI For Easy iOS In-App Purchase Validation On Your Own Server

A Ruby Gem that you can use to validate iOS in-app purchases that you can use within Ruby based apps, but also a command=line interface is provided

You can find Venice on Github here.

A nice easy way to verify in-app purchases.

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Today iOS Development Open Sources, Resources, Articles, Tutorials and Samples


1- iOS Library Allowing You To Automatically Set Up Gesture Based View Navigation

An open source library that allows you to create automatic gesture navigation between a set of views - even for complex schemes including up, down, left and right navigation.

    

You can find MBSpacialViewController on Github here.

A very easy way to set up gesture based view navigation.

Open Source Xcode Plugin That Makes It Easier When Working With NSLocalizedString

An open source Xcode plugin for working with NSLocalizedString providing a neat interface for editing different languages, and completion.


You can find Lin on Github here.

A great plugin for working with NSLocalizedString.

Custom iOS UICollectionViewLayout Modeled After The iCal App

A UICollectionViewFlowLayout example providing an easy way to create iCal style calendar views for laying out date specific data.


You can find MSCollectionViewCalendarLayout on Github here.

A great example of a custom UICollectionView layout.

iOS UI Control Allowing You To Easily Create A Draggable Front View

An open source UI control that you simply supply two UI view controllers to, and provides automatic gesture recognition that allows the front view to be revealed showing a back view.


You can find MBPullDownController on Github here.

A handy and easy to use ui control.

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Library Allowing You To Easily Chart An App’s Framerate In The Status Bar Area


An open source iOS objective-C library to help with app performance tracking providing a frames per second counter and chart that fits right in the status bar area.



You can find RRFPSBar on Github here.

A nice simple way for tracking the frame rate of an app to help improve app performance without the need to use instruments.

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Thursday, August 30, 2012

Objective-C Literals


Three new features were introduced into clang at the same time: NSNumber Literals provide a syntax for creating NSNumber from scalar literal expressions; Collection Literals provide a short-hand for creating arrays and dictionaries; Object Subscripting provides a way to use subscripting with Objective-C objects. Users of Apple compiler releases can use these features starting with the Apple LLVM Compiler 4.0. Users of open-source LLVM.org compiler releases can use these features starting with clang v3.1.

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iOS Resources: Create A Character With Ragdoll Physics Using Chipmunk And Cocos2D


A great example on using the Chipmunk physics engine with Cocos2D.

You can find the tutorial with an example project on the Heyalda web site here.


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Open Source iOS Control For Creating Map Kit Style Callouts In Other Views


Now you can add the same callouts outside of an MKMapKitView.

You can find the control on Github here.

You can read more about the control on Nick's site here.

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iOS Resources : Open Source iOS Library And Example For Creating A Drum Beat Maker


For anyone looking to create a drum beat maker on the iOS platform. Also included is a great example that could be used as a starting point on creating your own drum beat app.

The library is BBGroover by Parker Wightman and can be found on Github here.

The project uses ObjectAL, and you can use CocoaPods to set up the dependencies if you have difficulty compiling the project.

Overall a very nice library, and a very useful example if you're thinking of creating a similar app.

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Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Today iPhone Development Resources and Articles


1.A Utility App for iPhone

On the iPhone, the Utility Application template creates an app with a two view controllers. The second view controller's view is displayed when the user touches a small Info Button in the lower right corner of the first view controller's view. This allows us to place detailed information in the second view about what is [...]

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2.Table View Controller in iPad

Table views are most often used in conjunction with Navigation Controllers to present a list of choices to the user, then push a new view controller depending on the choice the user made. In this blog, we'll demonstrate how to set up a table view holding a list of colors, then push a view controller [...]

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Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Today iPhone Development Resources and Articles


1.Custom Table View Cells in iPad Programming

The UITableViewCell class can be configured to display in a variety of standard ways, but sometimes we want to display content in a cell that cannot be fit into one of the standard display modes. In this blog, we'll use a table view to display a series of customized cells. So, let's get started! Start [...]

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2.Picker View for iPhone Development

The UIPickerView control is a simple way to display a number of choices to the user and respond depending on the choice made. A picker control works in a similar manner to the table view control. So let's see how it works! Start Xcode, select "Create a new Xcode project," choose the Single View Application [...]

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Open Source iOS Control For Creating Springboard Style Icons With Alert Badges


Open Source iOS Control For Creating Springboard Style Icons With Alert Badges

A very useful control if you're looking to add a springboard like view within an app.


You can find the control JSBadgeView by Javier Soto on Github here.

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Monday, August 27, 2012

Open Source Robot Framework Inspired iOS App Automation Library


This library provides an easy way to automate usage of your apps in the simulator.  Included are a number of easy ways to perform swipe gestures, rotation and more.

To install you will first need the Python Installer PyPi then execute:

pip install --upgrade robotframework-ioslibrary

You can find out how to set up your app and get started on the Github page.

A full list of automation commands can be found in the documentation.

A nice alternative way for performing iOS app automation.

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