RMSwipeTableViewCell is a drop-in UITableViewCell subclass that supports pan gestures as seen in apps such as Clear, Mailbox, Sparrow and many more.
RMSwipeTableViewCell allows for easy subclassing to customize the cell to match your needs. The class exposes useful class methods and uses delegate callbacks to handle actions in your UITableViewController. RMSwipeTableViewCell is compatible with iOS 5 and higher!
RNBlurModal adds depth to the traditional modal/alert view. Calling the view is incredibly similar to setting up and showing a UIAlertView. You can also setup your own custom views and display them with a blurry background. The goal is to truly draw the user's focus directly to your alert using natural effects. This project works on all iOS devices at all orientations with ARC.
PopoverView is a simple resolution-independent UIView written entirely in CoreGraphics and QuartzCore for display of modal content on both iPhone and iPad. It can display singular UIView contentViews, arrays of UIViews, display titles, or even allow selection from a list of strings. It is implemented via a very simple static interface that allows you to show the popover with just a single line. All animation, positioning, and memory allocations are handled by the component at runtime. We are releasing under the MIT License.
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
There are many different charting libraries on the iOS platform both open source and commercial. Previously I wrote about several open source iOS charting libraries including the extremely powerful Core Plot library.
LBActionSheet is a drop-in replacement for UIActionSheet. However, its API makes it very easy to customize it. It's designed for this sole purpose only which makes it redundant when you don't need to implement a custom theme.
Since iOS 3.2, you can use custom fonts in your apps but unfortunately, you can't use these custom fonts in Interface Builder. FontReplacer is a solution to this problem.
If your project contains nibs with a lot of labels, it becomes tedious to setup an outlet for every label and change the font in the code for each outlet. Instead choose a font that you won't be using anywhere in your app, e.g. Arial and use it in Interface Builder. Then create a mapping from Arial to your custom font, e.g. Caviar Dreams and let FontReplacer handle the replacement.
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Google possède et développe déjà depuis longtemps des outils simples mais très efficaces dans le tourisme : Google map, visite virtuelle, itinéraire, échange de photos (voir encadré). L’accélération de ses investissements dans le tourisme répond à une diversification de ses activités sur l'un des secteurs les plus porteur d'Internet. Le récent rachat en juillet 2012, pour 25 millions de dollars de Frommer’s (fondé en 1807), l’un des guides de voyages américain les plus en vogue confirme l’appétit du géant américain.
Did you ever wonder why Apple didn't provide a way to show directions directly on top of MKMapView and force you to switch to their built-in Maps.app just to guide your users somewhere? We too, that's why we built MTDirectionsKit.
"Recently we came across innovative UI controls like Path and Clear controls. I am pretty amazed to see a simple UITableView and its cells in iOS, can be tweaked to get a eye-catching effects as in Clear app. After that there came a series of controls using UITableView, but this one from raw engineering was quiet nice.
After playing with it, I revisited the nuances of UITableView and came up with this simple UI Layoout which is our topic now. Take at look at this demo"
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