XYPieChart is an simple and easy-to-use pie chart for iOS app. It started from a Potion Project which needs an animated pie graph without interaction. All animation was implemented in the drawRect: method. After played with BTSPieChart, really like its code structure, it’s clean, has well named functions, structure like a UITableView. XYPieChart rewrote the code, based on CALayers for the animation. Compared to BTSPieChart, XYPieChart is a prettier version, it has a simpler insert/delete slices algorithm, different design of slice selection, more flexible to customize.
If you ever try to mess up the UIAlertView, it was easy. Just try to add at least five butons on it. Therefore I change the way to layout of buttons. In this custom alertview, you can add buttons as more as you like. Also you are able to change the appearance of it.
DLCImagePickerController is a fast, beautiful and fun way to filter and capture your photos with OpenGL and your iPhone. The majority of the praise should be directed towards BradLarson for his GPUImage library.
Android devices provide a non-typing screen unlock feature, shown in the figure below: I bumped into an open source project which offers a nice implementation for iOS devices, with a similar look and feel.
"You'll notice that this control's use of blur does not match Jakub's original design exactly. In the original design the background of the buttons is blurred, while the overlay of the control is simply shaded. There have beenattempts at recreating this effect, but it is rumored that live-blurring takes place at a much lower level on the GPU and there would be security concerns were we to have access.
Apple is being a little deceptive with their use of blurring in iOS 7. Bottom line, don't animate blurs in your designs."
A UINavigationController subclass that brings about a more vivid, brighter UINavigationBar.
With the release of iOS 7, Apple has brought translucency all throughout the operating system. As developers, we are (in a sense) responsible for utilizing these new libraries to present unity between our apps and the OS. With the introduction of gaussian, translucent navigation bars, we are able to allow for more dynamic context with the views that we are presenting.
MBSliderView is an iOS control that looks like 'Slide to unlock' slider.
It's really easy to implement and fully customizable. It can be loaded from a nib file (You can use Interface Builder). The slider thumb is drawn with CoreGraphics so you could change the color as you like. You also can set the label color
Data-aware view controller that displays a UIView list (typically, UIImageView list) in a row-dominated grid layout. This class automatically lay out the UIViews with help from a delegate class (which is supplier by you.) The class is inspired by the beautiful iCarousel class by Nick Lockwood
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