by Aaron Brethorst | January 23, 2012
We have a ton of great, new controls for your perusal this week, as you’ll see in the Weekly Roundup, coming on Tuesday (or Monday if you join our mailing list). And, as always, to kick this off, we have another awesome control of the week for you to play around with.
Our latest Control of the Week is MWPhotoBrowser from Michael Waterfall. If you’ve ever tried parsing an RSS or Atom feed on iOS, you’ve probably seen his MWFeedParser project. I didn’t know until recently, though, that he’d also created the easiest-to-use drop-in photo browser for iOS that I’d ever seen.
MWPhotoBrowser is an incredibly easy tool for embedding a full screen-capable photo browser into your iOS apps. I tried it out recently with a personal project, and was able to get it up and running in about three minutes flat, no joke! If your apps work with pictures in any capacity, you owe it to yourself to try this out. MWPhotoBrowser is available under the MIT license.
Try it out now, or watch the video on YouTube: