Showing posts with label iPhone Open Source. Show all posts
Showing posts with label iPhone Open Source. Show all posts

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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