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How to create iBooks like Page Curl effect in iOS with PaperStack

http://api.mutado.com/mobile/paperstack/ We all love iBooks Page Curl but unfortunately it's still private... Our team likes challenges and after a lot of ca...

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iCarousel - GitHub

iCarousel - GitHub | ICrousal | Scoop.it

iCarousel is a class designed to simplify the implementation of various types of carousel (paged, scrolling views) on iPhone and iPad. iCarousel implements a number of common effects such as cylindrical, flat and "CoverFlow" style carousels, as well as providing hooks to implement your own bespoke effects. Unlike many other "CoverFlow" libraries, iCarousel can work with any kind of view, not just images, so it is ideal for presenting paged data in a fluid and impressive way in your app. It also makes it extremely easy to swap between different carousel effects with minimal code changes.

✔ Sources: https://github.com/demosthenese/iCarousel


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El Severo's comment, March 29, 2015 10:58 AM
Did anyone tried to use it with autolayout?
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Tutorial: Build An Angry Birds Style Game Quickly W/Cocos2d, LevelHelper and SpriteHelper

Tutorial: Build An Angry Birds Style Game Quickly W/Cocos2d, LevelHelper and SpriteHelper | ICrousal | Scoop.it
I previously mentioned tutorials on building an Angry Birds style game with Cocos2D and Chipmunk which has become somewhat dated, and I’ve also mentioned the excellent LevelHelper and SpriteHelper tools.

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