Monthly Archives: November 2013

SEJSONViewController for iOS

Easily browse the contents of a JSON file.
via Feedly/Pocket on November 25, 2013 at 07:11PM

ECSlidingViewController 2 for iOS

ECSlidingViewController is a view controller container that manages a layered interface. The top layer anchors to the left or right side of the container while revealing the layer underneath it. This is most commonly known as the “Side Menu”, “Slide Out”, “Hamburger Menu/Drawer/Sidebar”, etc…
via Feedly/Pocket on November 25, 2013 at 07:11PM

EvgenyKarkan/EKAlgorithms · GitHub

EKAlgorithms is a gradually increasing bunch of algorithms in which some well known CS algorithms, data structures & others are implemented in Objective-C language. I will be posting new algorithms, stay in touch.
via Feedly/Pocket on November 19, 2013 at 02:16PM

RDVCalendarView for iOS

Highly customizable calendarView and calendarViewController for iOS Supports iPad and iPhone Supports landscape and portrait orientations Fully localized using NSLocale iOS 5.
via Feedly/Pocket on November 16, 2013 at 10:57PM

GRProKit for Mac OS X

AppKit “replacement” to replicate the Pro App look
via Feedly/Pocket on November 16, 2013 at 10:57PM

JFOpenWeatherMapManager for iOS

Objective-C iOS / Mac OS X Wrapper to allow easy manipulation of the Open Weather Map API Access Weather data directly as Objective-C objects with only a few lines of code Original post: jonathanfield.
via Feedly/Pocket on November 15, 2013 at 10:29PM

public danielamitay / DACircularProgress

DACircularProgress is a UIView subclass with circular UIProgressView properties. It was built to be an imitation of Facebook’s photo progress indicator.
via Feedly/Pocket on November 14, 2013 at 07:09PM

BkTask for iOS

An asynchronous workflow library for iOS inspired by the Proactor and Reactor design patterns. It is designed with two concepts in mind, asynchronous and modular. Doing work asynchronously allows to keep your application responsive. But parallel programming is hard.
via Feedly/Pocket on November 12, 2013 at 01:52PM

How do I have my program send customer’s log file data from their iPhone/iPad?

I am writing an enterprise client/server application. The client is an iOS app which uses Cocoa Lumberjack to create the log files. These files will be essential for client debugging and troubleshooting. The file will be a maximum of 1MB, although making it smaller is an option.
via Feedly/Pocket on November 10, 2013 at 10:24PM

PNChart for iOS

A simple and beautiful chart lib with animation used in Piner for iOS CocoaPods Requires ARC
via Feedly/Pocket on November 07, 2013 at 10:40PM

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