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.
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. A few days back, graphic artist AR7 posted his version of the OS X Mavericks wallpaper for iOS on twitter.
Scott Davis's insight:
A nice background for iPhone, but mainly for iOS 7 users to match that nice flat look
In case you missed the news: Sprite Kit is Apple's 2D rendering engine for games, announced with iOS 7 at WWDC 2013 by merely mentioning it among other new APIs (A possible purpose for SpriteKit: “consider how long it might have taken...
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.
NSPredicate is a Foundation class that specifies how data should be fetched or filtered. Its query language, which is like a cross between a SQL WHERE clause and a regular expressions, provides an expressive, natural language interface to define logical conditions on which a collection is searched.
Long gone are the days of tedious image slicing and burdensome revisions just to create custom mobile interfaces. With Pixate, designers and developers alike can conceive, implement, and modify native mobile interfaces effortlessly and in real time through the familiar CSS syntax.
Pixate styles all native iOS controls using standard CSS. To ensure maximum performance and compatibility, Pixate does not require subclassing the native controls or using a custom set of components. See the Pixate Engine for iOS Styling Reference for a complete list of controls and properties.
To experience the power of Pixate you'll need to use Xcode 4.5 or later, and iOS 5.1 or 6.
A grid based menu view with field depth and bounce animation: inspired by Mailbox, and extended for multiple needs. I created this project out of a stint of boredom. This control is customizable to a degree, but kept simple so you can take it and spin your own subclass or fork out of it.
MBPullDownController accepts two view controllers, which it presents one above the other. The front view controller is configured to accept a pull interaction which it utilizes to show or hide back view controller.