Howdy all, and welcome to another weekly roundup; we have a particularly awesome selection of controls for you this week, so let’s get to it!
What We’ve Been Reading
- Novocaine – Really fast audio in iOS and Mac OS X using Audio Units is hard, and will leave you scarred and bloody. What used to take days can now be done with just a few lines of code.
Our control of the week, PrettyKit, authored by Víctor Pena is a small set of new widgets and UIKit subclasses such as UITableViewCell, UINavigationBar or UITabBar that gives you a deeper UIKit customization. You will be able to change their background color, add gradients, shadows, etc. MIT licensed.Read More…
Welcome to our weekly roundup! This appears to be the week of paging controls, ranging from a container view controller with a scroll view, to a UITableViewDataSource-esque scroll view, to an App Store-like screenshot paging view.
- Nib Memory Management – Mike Ash’s Friday Q&A looks at nib memory management, and some of the dif...
Our control of the week, MHPagingScrollView is a UIScrollView subclass from Matthijs Hollemans that shows previews of the pages on the left and right. It uses a delegate much in the way UITableView uses a data source. The control was License unspecified.Read More…
Welcome to our weekly roundup! We’re looking for some feedback on the quality of the components we add to the site, and would love your input on the matter. To find it, go to our home page, and fill out the super-quick two question survey on the right.
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I thought it might be fun to highlight a past control of the week on occasion, in case you might have missed it the first time around. This ...Read More…
Welcome to another weekly roundup! Our, uh, somewhat delayed Rails 3.2 upgrade is in the final throes of development and should be online by the time you read the next weekly roundup.
RDActionSheet is a class that allows you to make easy-to-customize action sheets with several attractive button colors. MIT licensed.
Check it out on Cocoa C...Read More…