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Create Radio Buttons and Checkboxes for iOS Applications

Create Radio Buttons and Checkboxes for iOS Applications | Coding Fun | Scoop.it
Create beautiful custom control radio buttons and checkboxes for your iOS (iPhone, iPad) applications. Follow this simple tutorial to create radio buttons and checkboxes that fit the style of your app and requires very little code.

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Open Source: Library For Easy iOS Map Kit Annotations With Multiple Individual Selectable Rows

Open Source: Library For Easy iOS Map Kit Annotations With Multiple Individual Selectable Rows | Coding Fun | Scoop.it

This is an annotation view that sports a callout bubble with multiple, independently selectable rows of data. The objective is to allow each cell/row to utilize an accessory disclosure button, without resorting to a more involved UITableViewController scenario.

 

✔ Sources: https://github.com/grgcombs/MultiRowCalloutAnnotationView


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Greenwich - making localization easy for everyone

Greenwich - making localization easy for everyone | Coding Fun | Scoop.it

Greenwich is a Cocoa framework designed to make localization of Cocoa applications extremely easy for developers and translators. We've made every step of the process seamless, so you can focus on creating great software for more people.


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PPRevealSideViewController

PPRevealSideViewController | Coding Fun | Scoop.it

This is a new controller container, showing views on the side like the Facebook or Path app. It is as easy to use as a navigation controller. Sometimes, you need to push a new controller to show some options, but a small controller would be enough … PPRevealSideViewController is THE controller you need.

Pan and Tap gestures are also included !

 

 

 

Demo Video on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lsc7RQvyy20

 

✔ Sources:  https://github.com/ipup/PPRevealSideViewController

 


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JTRevealSidebarDemo

JTRevealSidebarDemo | Coding Fun | Scoop.it

A carefully implemented iOS objective-c library to mimic the sidebar layout of the new Facebook app and Path 2.0 app.


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How to use Custom UIButton Graphics for iPhone Applications

How to use Custom UIButton Graphics for iPhone Applications | Coding Fun | Scoop.it

In this tutorial I’d like to show you a simple way to implement your own custom button graphics. I’ll be using the latest Xcode 4.2 release and building an application in iOS5. You do not need to understand Objective-C but it certainly doesn’t hurt the process. When building iPhone apps you’ll eventually have to deal with code so Objective-C should be something to embrace!


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How To Use UIScrollView to Scroll and Zoom Content | Ray Wenderlich

How To Use UIScrollView to Scroll and Zoom Content | Ray Wenderlich | Coding Fun | Scoop.it

UIScrollViews are one of the most useful controls in iOS. They are a great way to present content larger than a single screen, and there’s a lot of tips and tricks about using them you should know!

In this tutorial you’ll learn all about UIScrollViews, from beginning to advanced. You’ll learn:

How to use a scroll view to view a very large image. How to keep the scroll view’s content centered while zooming. How to embed a complex view hierarchy inside a UIScrollView. How to use UIScrollView’s paging feature in conjunction with the UIPageControl, to allow scrolling through multiple pages of content. How to make a “peeking” scroll view that gives a glimpse of the previous/next page as well as the current page. And much more!
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7 tips for using UIWebView | Coding Ventures

7 tips for using UIWebView | Coding Ventures | Coding Fun | Scoop.it
For an IPhone app I have been building, I decided to use the UIWebView to render SVG files, instead of doing the vector rendering myself.

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PDF Reader/Viewer for iOS

PDF Reader/Viewer for iOS | Coding Fun | Scoop.it

I've crafted this open source PDF reader/viewer for fellow iOS developers struggling with wrangling PDF files onto iOS device screens. Version 2.x is a complete rethink and rewrite of the original 1.x code. Please see my contact info below if you find
any bugs or have questions about the code.

 

The code is universal and does not require any XIBs (as all UI elements are code generated, allowing for greatest flexibility). It runs on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch with iOS 4.0 and up. Also supported are the Retina displays on iPhone 4 and iPod touch 4th generation and is ready to be fully internationalized. The idea was to provide a complete project template that you could start building from, or, just pull the required files into an existing project to enable PDF reading/viewing in your app(s).


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Camera+ APIs

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With several million users around the world, Camera+ is one of the most popular apps ever. And now you can integrate Camera+ functionality right into your apps and web services with our comprehensive APIs. It’s the perfect way to reach our ever-growing user base.


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iOS Framework: Introducing MKNetworkKit

How awesome would it be if a networking framework automatically takes care of caching responses for you?


How awesome would it be if a networking framework automatically remembers your operations when your client is offline?


You favorite a tweet or mark a feed as read when you are offline and the Networking Framework performs all these operations when the device comes back online, all with no extra coding effort from you.

 

Introducing MKNetworkKit.


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MPFoldTransition is a set of classes to add folding-style transitions to iOS 5 projects.

MPFoldTransition is a set of classes to add folding-style transitions to iOS 5 projects. | Coding Fun | Scoop.it

MPFoldTransition is a set of classes to add folding-style transitions to iOS 5 projects.

 

✔ Sources: https://github.com/mpospese/MPFoldTransition

 


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iOS | How To Customize the appearance of UIControls in an IPhone & iPad App using UIAppreance

iOS | How To Customize the appearance of UIControls in an IPhone & iPad App using UIAppreance | Coding Fun | Scoop.it

A new feature of the iOS 5.x SDK is the UIAppearance protocol which allows a developer to customize the appearance of one UIControl or the whole group of controls. iOS 5 has introduced a whole new palette of properties to let you personalize the controls in your apps. The additions empower you with a fine grained control over the appearance of a wide tool set of common controls and navigation items.


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NUCLiOS iOS Controls - Custom Controls for iOS - Infragistics Custon UI Controls

NUCLiOS iOS Controls - Custom Controls for iOS - Infragistics Custon UI Controls | Coding Fun | Scoop.it
Develop amazing iOS applications with our new control toolset designed specifically for iOS.

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iOS 4 & iOS 5 : Custom UIAppearance Tutorial

iOS 4 & iOS 5 : Custom UIAppearance Tutorial | Coding Fun | Scoop.it

Having battled against the iOS API to theme my applications I was extremely pleased when iOS 5 introduced UIAppearance, allowing individual user interface elements or entire classes of elements to be themed in a particular way. Recently one of our apps required support for iOS 4.3 so I had to go back to my previous (more painful) method. I thought it might be useful to document both these methods to help anyone who might face a similar pain so hope this helps.


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InAppSettingsKit - Put settings in your iPhone apps easily

InAppSettingsKit - Put settings in your iPhone apps easily | Coding Fun | Scoop.it

InAppSettingsKit is a software kit to easily add in-app settings to your iPhone apps.

 

 

 

 

✔ Sources: https://github.com/futuretap/InAppSettingsKit

 

 

 


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User Interface Customization in iOS 5 | Ray Wenderlich

User Interface Customization in iOS 5 | Ray Wenderlich | Coding Fun | Scoop.it
To be successful on the App Store, your app needs to stand out. The vanilla user-interface “look and feel” provided by Apple just doesn’t cut it any more in a crowded market.


Many of the most popular apps on the App Store present standard iOS UI elements in a non-standard fashion:
Twitter employs a custom UITabBar
Instagram uses both a custom UITabBar and a custom UINavigationBar
Epicurious for iPad customizes elements of the standard split-view interface


Prior to iOS 5, many developers had to take somewhat unconventional approaches to achieve these results. Although subclassing and overriding drawRect: was the recommended approach, many resorted to the dreaded “method swizzling”.
But with iOS 5, those dark days are over! iOS 5 has included many new APIs you can use to easily customize the appearance of various UIKit controls.


To illustrate some of these new APIs, in this tutorial we’re going to take a “plain vanilla” app about surfing trips and customize the UI to get a more “beach-themed” look-and-feel.


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How To Create a Rotating Wheel Control with UIKit | Ray Wenderlich

How To Create a Rotating Wheel Control with UIKit | Ray Wenderlich | Coding Fun | Scoop.it

This is a post by iOS Tutorial Team member Cesare Rocchi, a UX designer and developer specializing in web and mobile applications.

 

There may be times you’ve downloaded a cool application with a new kind of user interface component, and you’ve wondered: how was it built?

One great example of this is the rotary wheel, used by ConvertBot and other applications as a way for users to select options from a menu.

This component is intuitive to use because it resembles many similar controls we use in real life to make choices.


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Form Validation Library

A really great library for form validation

 

see on ManiacDev.com

 

✔ Sources: https://github.com/ustwo/US2FormValidator

 


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LeveyPopListView

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What's it?

When your app have so many options to choose, LeveyPopListView is an alternative of UIActionSheet, hope it can help someone :)

 

Differences from the original version

Levey did an amazing work, but I needed the ability to show this controller in a modal behavior, so now there's an option isModal that is set to YES by default. Clicking anywhere outside the tableview does nothing, only selecting a row will do.

 

 

 

 

 

✔ Sources: https://github.com/jerometonnelier/LeveyPopListView


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iOS Flip Transform

iOS Flip Transform | Coding Fun | Scoop.it

Core animation framework for navigating data by flipping.

 

Supports 3 interaction modes - triggered, auto and controlled, and 3 content types - blank, image or text.


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CODialog : a fully customizable UIAlertView

See on ManiacDev.com

 

✔ Sources: https://github.com/eaigner/CODialog

 


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Interface Origami • Tack Blog

Interface Origami • Tack Blog | Coding Fun | Scoop.it

In a previous post, I mentioned a way of thinking about interactions and interface within a framework of depth and space. The ideas were centered around the digital space, but as a designer I find it’s important to remove myself from that space and explore solutions that can originate in physical space.

One of the easiest ways to do this is to break out scissors and paper. With paper you can remove the constraints of working in pixels to fold, tear, flip, curl and manipulate the medium to discover solutions that may have otherwise been missed.

To illustrate this, I created a few examples based on some familiar apps and others based on former concepts I’ve played around with in the past.


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Make a replica of semi-modal view with pushed-back stacked animation

Make a replica of semi-modal view with pushed-back stacked animation | Coding Fun | Scoop.it

UIViewController+KNSemiModal is an effort to make a replica of semi-modal view with pushed-back stacked animation found in the beautiful Park Guides by National Geographic app. You can see this original semi-modal view below.

This library (ARC) is designed as a Category to UIViewController so you don't have to subclass and you can simply drop in any project and it will just work!

 

✔ Sources: https://github.com/kentnguyen/KNSemiModalViewController


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