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Pixate - use css in your ios App

Pixate - use css in your ios App | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it

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.

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Scott Davis's comment, July 16, 2013 9:23 AM
On the heels of iOS 7, I wonder if it is also supported?
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BaseKit is a set of IOS class to make your life easier

BaseKit is a set of IOS class to make your life easier | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it

✔ Sources: https://github.com/brunow/BaseKit


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Laying out views automatically

Laying out views automatically is a feature that is a touted in Android, and there’s been a few libraries created that try to fill that gap in the iOS SDK.


✔ Sources: http://charlesmchen.github.com/WeViews/index.html


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Multi-purpose interface component

There are  some excellent multi-purpose iOS control libraries such as the well-documented Three20 replacement library Nimbus.


This new library is not quite on the same scale, but provides some interesting components:

  • a customizable “advanced UIPickerView” component based on UITableView
  • a checkbox control
  • an editable text area that automatically removes the keyboard when you click outside the area
  • an http fetcher with a built in progress indicator
  • a graph paper view


✔ Sources: https://github.com/keeshux/ios-components



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ZaBlanc/iBoost - GitHub

ZaBlanc/iBoost - GitHub | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it

The iBoost library aims to supplement everyday iPhone development with a set of classes, macros, components and constants that speed up development without abstracting the SDK away from you in any way.


  • Components: e,g. Glossy button with IBButton, Html Label with IBHTMLLabel
  • Message Center: The Message Center improves upon NSNotificationCenter in every way. A compact, essentially simple system if you want it to be, the Message Center also goes way beyond if you allow it.
  • Core Data Helpers
  • Categories: e,g. UIColor, NSArray - sorting
  • Macros: e,g.  UNBOX_INT, IS_EMPTY_STRING, SAFE_RELEASE

✔ Sources: https://github.com/ZaBlanc/iBoost

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Tapku Library: Displaying Calendar Markers on iPhone | Developing in the Dark

Tapku Library: Displaying Calendar Markers on iPhone | Developing in the Dark | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it

The Technical Blog of Benjamin Pearson... :


"Early on I had to implement a drop down calendar with a similar look and feel as the native calendar app. There appears to be two major, actively maintained implementations on Github: Kal and Tapku Library - I went with Tapku, however Kal could possibly be just as good or even better (let me know if it is). Tapku is super easy to integrate and offers a bunch of UI components including Coverflow, Progress Bars, Graphs, and importantly in this instance - a Calendar."





✔ Sources: http://developinginthedark.com/posts/iphone-tapku-calendar-markers



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cooliris-toolkit - Open source toolkit for iOS applications by Cooliris, Inc

cooliris-toolkit - Open source toolkit for iOS applications by Cooliris, Inc | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it

Cooliris ToolKit for iOS is a collection of Objective-C classes you can use to speed up development of your iOS applications. It is used in various Cooliris products for iOS like Discover or Decks.

 

What makes Cooliris ToolKit different from various open-source toolkits is that each feature was designed to have minimal dependency on the other ones. Each feature was also designed to be implemented with a single .h/.m source code files pair. The combination of these 2 design goals makes it quite easy to re-use only what you need from this project without clustering your application with many additional obscure source files.

 

Cooliris ToolKit is copyright 2011 Cooliris, Inc. and available under Apache 2.0 license.

 

✔ Sources: https://cooliris-toolkit.googlecode.com/hg/Classes/

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Open Source: Flipboard Style Transitions And Reader Example For iPad

Open Source: Flipboard Style Transitions And Reader Example For iPad | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it

The Flipboard app is an excellent magazine style reader for iPad. With the beautiful middle of the page flipping, and easy to read articles setup really gives it an immersive quality.

 

Here is an open source library that aims to create an iPad reader similar to Flipboard, and provides similar transitions, and easy article reading as Flipboard.

 

✔ Sources: https://github.com/raweng/FlipView

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iOS Image Filter

iOS Image Filter | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it
These days everyone seems to want instagram-style filters for images on iPhone. The way to do this (I think) is to examine how people have implemented equivalent filters in Photoshop and code them in objective c. Unfortunately, the imaging libraries are all geared for gaming. For non-game developers who just want simple image processing, this is overkill.










✔ Sources : https://github.com/esilverberg/ios-image-filters
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ShareKit : Drop-in Share Features for all iOS Apps

ShareKit : Drop-in Share Features for all iOS Apps | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it
Share URLs, images, text, and even files. ShareKit will only display the services that can handle the content you want to share.

Supported Services :
- Delicious
- Email
- Facebook
- Google Reader
- Instapaper
- Pinboard
- Read it later
- Tumblr
- Twitter











✔ Sources: https://github.com/ideashower/sharekit/
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Creating Universal Framework to iPhone iOS

Creating Universal Framework to iPhone iOS | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it
Learn how to construct a Custom Framework to iOS Devices and distribute it.


A really nice post about creating your own framework for ios
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Nimbus on GitHub

Nimbus on GitHub | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it
Nimbus is an iOS framework whose feature set grows only as fast as its documentation.

By focusing on documentation first and features second, Nimbus hopes to be a framework that accelerates the development process of any application by being easy to use and simple to understand.

Nimbus has been built with much inspiration from the Three20 framework. That being said, there are a number of fundamental problems with Three20 that Nimbus works very hard to avoid

✔ Sources : https://github.com/jverkoey/nimbus
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ScoopItFramework On GitHub

ScoopItFramework On GitHub | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it
A framework to use Scoop.it API on iOs.

With this framework you can easily create an iOS application to use Scoop.it

✔ Sources: https://github.com/vdemay/ScoopItFramework
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Easyly create your own framework with kstenerud

Easyly create your own framework with kstenerud | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it
An XCode 4 project template to build universal (arm6, arm7, and simulator) frameworks for iOS.
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Make Your iOS Development Life Easier With SSToolkit

iOS and Mac OS X application development, interface design, and interaction design blog with code snippets, walk-throughs, tips and tricks on building awesome stuff by Jake Marsh. (RT @deallocatedobjs: Make Your iOS Development Life Easier With SSToolkit http://bit.ly/g8Lj4f)
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