MSCellAccessory is a UITableViewCell accessoryType can easily customize the colors.
Many developer really want to customizing UITableViewCell accessoryType color. but, they using a customized png image are solved. but this method is not good. because Unnecessary to create an image file, and each would have to create all colors. and Loading it unnecessarily increases the capacity of the memory.
If using a this library is more easily customizing accessoryType and more flexible via Programmatically.
FaceImageView automatically scales its image to fill the bounds and keep any faces detected in view. This can be useful if you want to display people-based dynamic content with UIViewContentModeScaleToFill but are having issues with it displaying the wrong part of the image, like the background, or someone's feet.
The class uses the CoreImage face detection APIs available in iOS 5.0 or later. This API works in many clear cases, but is not all that reliable. If no faces are detected in an image, FaceImageView defaults to centering the image, like UIImageView's behavior with UIViewContentModeScaleToFill.
A small demo app is included to try out different images and view sizes.
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.
OCFWeb is a web application framework written in Objective-C. You can use OCFWeb to create web applications with just a few lines of code. Although OCFWeb is developed and used by Objective-Cloud.com it does not depend on Objective-Cloud.com. You can use OCFWeb on your own servers (although we prefer you to use Objective-Cloud.com for that :)) and/or in your own OS X/iOS apps. In fact OCFWeb was designed to be embedded in an existing application written in Objective-C. Sinatra, a web application framework/DSL written in Ruby, has inspired the development of OCFWeb.
Writing document is so important for developing, but it is really painful with Xcode. Think about how much time you are wasting in pressing '*' or '/', and typing the parameters again and again. Now, you can find the method (or any code) you want to document to, and type in ///, the document will be generated for you and all params and return will be extracted into a beatiful Javadoc style. You can just fill the inline placeholders to finish your document.
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.
The first level is a paginated UIScrollView that displays views in each page. The second level contains 2 PaperFold views that are folded/unfolded/hidden depending on the scroll view offset. These views show a folded screenshot of the views below it, and are hidden once the UIScrollView snaps to page.
The subviews can be any UIView subclasses, so it can be static view, or other views like UITableView.
The library takes a screenshot often to get the state of the view below it. If you are using static views, you can improve the unfolding performance by providing screenshots.
Until humanity embraces RDF for all of their daily interactions, a large chunk of artificial intelligence is going to go into figuring out what the heck we're all talking about. Fortunately for Cocoa developers, there's NSDataDetector.