Weekly Roundup

Are you as excited for WWDC as I am? I hope to see some of you in San Francisco this week! I’ll be in town for a couple days, from Monday to Wednesday, and I’d love to meet up with some of you. So, drop us a line on Twitter.

Also, if you haven’t checked it out yet, make sure you take a gander at the WWDC 2013 Bingo card.

Cheers,
Aaron


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What We’re Reading


Control of the Week: MMReachabilityViewController

MMReachabilityViewController

A UIViewController subclass that using the apple reachability show a ‘missing internet connection’ content automatically adjusting the content or overlaying the view owned by the controller

Apache 2.0 licensed.

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Weekly Roundup

RNRippleTableView

RNRippleTableView

A custom table view with highly detailed ripple animations.

MIT licensed.

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ETActivityIndicatorView

ETActivityIndicatorView

A Windows Phone-like activity indicator for iOS.

MIT licensed.

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SGSStaggeredFlowLayout

SGSStaggeredFlowLayout

UICollectionViewFlowLayout subclass for staggering cells.

MIT licensed.

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WTReTextField

WTReTextField

Subclass of UITextField with RegEx input validation and formatting as you type

MIT licensed.

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MSSlideNavigationController

MSSlideNavigationController

Facebook like UINavigationController to slide back to previous view controller.

MIT licensed.

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BRScrollBarView

BRScrollBarView

BRScrollBarView is a powerful scroll bar allows the user to drag a handle to quickly scroll through the contents of a UIScrollView or UITableView.

BRScollBarView shows a label with text, so you don’t need to add indexed bar on your table views or on scroll views.

BSD licensed.

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THGridMenu

THGridMenu

A fluid grid menu layout system that adjusts item width with device rotation.

THGridMenu is a UIView that is initialized with number of columns per row, gutter size, margin and row height. You can call an instance method createMenuItem that will return a THGridMenuItem at the right origin and width for the next view. THGridMenuItem is a subclass of UIControl, which itself is a subclass of UIView, so you can put anything you’d like inside.

Note: Currently, THMenuGrid is meant to be contained inside of a navigation controller. You might have to modify to use in a standalone view or a tab controller.

MIT licensed.

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DSLCalendarView

DSLCalendarView

Simple calendar view for iOS.

BSD licensed.

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GTScrollViewController

GTScrollViewController

You need a table but with the dynamic view like Facebook home?

GTScrollView allows you to dynamically add unlimited views. Every view will be placed correctly in order after the last view added.

License unspecified.

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MessageBarManager

MessageBarManager

An iOS manager for presenting system-wide notifications via a dropdown message bar.

MIT licensed.

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DTNavigtionController With DTFolderBar

DTNavigtionController With DTFolderBar

Linux file browser folder navigation style view.

Apache 2.0 licensed.

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LocationPickerView

LocationPickerView

MKMapView + UITableView + Parallax scrolling. Provides a framework for building an interactive location picker on iOS.

MIT licensed.

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iPhone Flat Design UI

iPhone Flat Design UI

A pack of iPhone screens featuring a flat design.

This includes Login screens, User profiles, Settings screens and more.

The idea of a flat design is getting popular now. It has it’s advantages in the sense that your bundle will be smaller as it relies on less images.

Also, as a developer, you should be able to come up with something that looks nice if you know how to mix and match colors.

MIT licensed.

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CNUserNotification

CNUserNotification

CNUserNotification gives you “the same” support for user notifications on OS X Lion 10.7 like OS X Mountain Lion 10.8 it does.

MIT licensed.

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ZDStickerView

ZDStickerView

ZDStickerView is Objective-C module for iOS and offer complete configurability, including movement, resizing, rotation and more, with one finger.

MIT licensed.

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LKDBHelper

LKDBHelper

A lightweight, thread safe SQLite ORM based on FMDatabase.

Apache 2.0 licensed.

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CSCoverageChart

CSCoverageChart

Pie chart with multiple slices at even angles, each slice can have different radius. Useful when displaying coverage data.

MIT licensed.

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PerfectImageCropper

PerfectImageCropper

PerferctImageCropper for iOS offers a ready-to-use component to easily get the target part from the original image, without compression, after rotating, scaling and dragging the image on UI

MIT licensed.

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GLGooglePlusLikeLayout

GLGooglePlusLikeLayout

GLGooglePlusLikeLayout is custom layout based on UICollectionView which can be used to show the data based on their content-size and by maintaining the row linear, unlike waterflow style layout. Inspired by GooglePlus.

MIT licensed.

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