PXListView uses similar optimizations as UITableView for the iPhone, by enqueuing and dequeuing NSViews which are used to display rows, in order to keep a low memory footprint when there are a large number of rows in the list, yet still allowing each row to be represented by an NSView, which is easier than dealing with cells.
PXSourceList is an NSOutlineView subclass used for easily implementing source lists in your applications. Using a source list for navigation is a common user interface paradigm in OS X applications, but requires a fair amount of manual set up and customisation of standard Cocoa controls. PXSourceList subclasses NSOutlineView and provides much of the common styling and idiomatic behaviour of source lists for you through a clean and simple API.
Flexible reimplementation of the iOS AppStore Button. No images are used - styling is done with a sublcassed UIButton and Layers. You can choose the color, default colors for AppStoreGreen, Blue and Gray are setup. The Button can be set to align right, so you get this right-fixed expansion effect from the AppStore (customPadding) Works with iOS3 and up.
An iOS replacement for the NSTokenField available on Mac OS X. Works just like the To: field in Mail and Messages. <p>LICENSE</p> <p>This control is dual licensed: </p> <ul><li> You can use it for free under the <a href="https://github.com/thermogl/TITokenField">license available on gitHub </a>or, </li> <li> if you need to remove the attribution –or be generous and show your gratitude to the author who saved you some time- you can purchase the <a href="http://store.cocoacontrols.com/purchase/14/source"> commercial licence </a>available here too. </li></ul>