This library includes some kind of digital styled font drawer. They're not TTF files or something. They just draw fonts with CoreGraphics. So, you don't need to worry about redistribution license of font files when you release your application.
A lightweight UITextView subclass that is growing and shrinking in size, has a placeholder label and uses auto layout.
This UITextView is a lightweight solution for everyone looking for a control to mimic the iOS Messages behaviour. It has a placeholder which is shown when the text view is empty. The placeholder color can be customized. The text view has a border which tint color and thickness can be changed. The positioning and resizing is magically handled by the underlying auto layout system.
A UINavigationController subclass that brings about a more vivid, brighter UINavigationBar.
With the release of iOS 7, Apple has brought translucency all throughout the operating system. As developers, we are (in a sense) responsible for utilizing these new libraries to present unity between our apps and the OS. With the introduction of gaussian, translucent navigation bars, we are able to allow for more dynamic context with the views that we are presenting.
With iOS 7 you can easily create custom view controller transitions that can be used in a range of contexts (push, pop, modal …). This project provides a library of custom animations which can be dropped directly into your project. It also has a number of 'interaction controllers' which can be used with any of the custom animations in order to make your transitions interactive.
The library currently contains the following animations, which can be made interactive with either a swipe or pinch gesture.