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Tutorial: Getting Started With Building Custom iOS UI Controls With Objective-C

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Tutorial: Getting Started With Building Custom iOS UI Controls With Objective-C


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Vincent Demay's curator insight, February 15, 2013 3:56 AM

A really interesting tutorial to make your own controls thanks to @maniacdev

vishal dharmawat's curator insight, March 6, 2013 8:35 AM

custom UI Controls

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Capture a Signature on iOS

Capture a Signature on iOS | iOS Development | Scoop.it

"The Square Engineering Blog has a great article on Smoother Signatures for Android, but I didn't find anything specifically about iOS. So, what is the best way to capture a users signature on an iOS device?

 

Although I didn't find any articles on signature capture, there are good implementations on the App Store. My target user experience was the iPad application Paper by 53, a drawing application with beautiful and responsive brushes.

 

All code is available in the Github repository: SignatureDemo."


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Open Source Drawer-Style Navigation Controller With Customizable Transitions

Open Source Drawer-Style Navigation Controller With Customizable Transitions | iOS Development | Scoop.it

An other swipe style navigator with customizable transition


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Vincent Demay's curator insight, May 15, 2013 2:52 AM

Source: https://github.com/mutualmobile/MMDrawerController

Scott Davis's comment, May 15, 2013 9:41 AM
This appears to be one of the best drawer/sliding view controllers to date in the Open Source community.
Scott Davis's curator insight, May 15, 2013 9:41 AM

This is the best one I have seen so far!

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FlatUIKit: a collection of iOS components styled with the "Flat UI"

FlatUIKit: a collection of iOS components styled with the "Flat UI" | iOS Development | Scoop.it

FlatUIKit is a collection of iOS components styled with the "Flat UI" aesthetic that we created while building Grouper for iPhone. Its design inspiration comes from Flat UI and Kyle Miller. Styling is implemented via categories on/drop-in replacements for existing UIKit components, so integrating it into your project is very straightforward.


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Scott Davis's curator insight, May 16, 2013 9:33 AM

This is a great tool for anyone looking to develop a more flat interface on the heels of iOS 7's more flat design.

Leonard Okereke's curator insight, May 30, 2013 6:17 PM

The new software devoloped by apple is goin to be a re-designed look.

Mike Maxwell's curator insight, May 31, 2013 9:37 PM

A great looking UIAlertView replacement. Looking to use it in one of my apps soon!

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Helios.io: open-source framework for backend

Helios.io: open-source framework for backend | iOS Development | Scoop.it

Helios is an open-source framework that provides essential backend services for iOS apps (Helios: Open-source framework providing essential backend services for iOS apps (Data sync, user accounts) http://t.co/l4ZKsYsZFr


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Mike Maxwell's curator insight, May 31, 2013 9:39 PM

Really hoping I can get up to speed on Ruby enough to give this a legit try.

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How to make a iPhone video chat

How to make a iPhone video chat | iOS Development | Scoop.it

In a market flogged with social networking apps, Video chat is a killer weapon that you can wield to ace your rivals on the App store in one go. According to study, 93% of human interactions happen through visual interface.


What the hack. Need to chat face-to-face doesn’t need statistical justification. But how do they work? The question is more of design than of technical implementation in a world full of third parties. If you are scared of the word mammoth, you need to live with it because that’s the name of beast we are dealing with.


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Libraries For Easier Drawing Of Custom UI Elements, CoreImage Filter Enhancements And More

Libraries For Easier Drawing Of Custom UI Elements, CoreImage Filter Enhancements And More | iOS Development | Scoop.it

SimulatorRemoteNotifications is an iOS library to send (fake) remote notifications to the iOS simulator.

The library extends UIApplication by embedding a mini server that listen for udp packets containing JSON-formated payload.

Note that SimulatorRemoteNotifications does not send notification through Apple's Push Service.

 

To send a remote notification, send an udp packet to localhost:9930. You can do this from the terminal by using netcat:

echo -n '{"message":"message"}' | nc -4u -w1 localhost 9930


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