Raypack compresses images 50% better by also cutting the file size up to 50% then JPG. The demo doesn't run in all browsers yet.
On native devices, Android and iOS, onlinelib will release in the next two month fast CPU and GPU decoders and encoders who process hevc(P) images much faster then realtime.
Onlinelib offes low cost and tiny encoding hardware for
- x86 Architecture - FPGA - and Custom DSP´s
Compression images is very important for saving bandwidth and storing cost.
Raypack gives you the benefits for: - Saving cost in Images Storing and Filesize - Saving Storage Space on MemoryCard in Cameras like Canon or Nikon - Saving bandwidth in Image Apps like Instagram, Twitter, Facebook - NASA Satellite Reducing Image Compression Time and Speed from Universe to Earth Basestations
Tab component for iOS 5+. You can show your ViewControllers in tabs, it is possible to add and remove tabs on the fly.
Uses iOS 5 UIViewController Container API Add and remove tabs on the fly with animations User can remove tabs by pressing an X on a tab. TODO Dynamically show and hide a UIToolbar at the top Show the UIBarButtonItems in viewController.toolbarItems in the toolbar It should be possible to create Safari style apps
Ginipic takes image search to a whole new level. It enables you to search multiple image search engines and photo sharing websites simultaneously, and use search results with a simple drag-and-drop anywhere you want.
One of iOS new feature is iCloud, which allow the possibility to synchronize data between different iOS devices. These data may be file, but may also be records from a Core Data database. Examples about how to use Core Data with iCloud are hard to find and often incomplete, that's why I wrote this how-to.
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.
"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"
OCCalendar is a very simple component for iPhone/iPad that provides a "Popover" date picker controller. It is very easy to add to your project, and is 100% CoreGraphics code, so it uses no images, and is resolution independent. I realize that I need to cut down the size for iPhone a bit more. I originally wrote it just for iPad, and my paths and sizing are all just slightly too wide for the iPhone. I'll fix it when I get a chance.
WaterflowView - A waterflow display like the Pinterest feeling...
Resembled datasource and delegate of UITableView, and mainly intended to make a display in the waterflow way of Pinterest. Each cell could be simply initialized with cellAtIndexPath way. It is based on LLWaterflow and I've tested it with AsyncImageView.
With AsynImageView by Xingzhi, based on the LLWaterflow by Lin&Lin.
James Tang has created a library based on the tableviews within the clear app. While the library does not yet implement all the gestures available for tableviews it’s great to look at and see how James used gesture recognizers within the tableview and implement your own.
ThumbnailPickerView is a control displaying a set (or technically an array) of thumbnails aligned horizontally. It mimics thumbnails view from iPad's Photos.app toolbar, but as a subclass of UIControl it can be freely used as a regular view outside the toolbar.