Weekly Roundup

Welcome to our weekly roundup! Our redesign has been live for a bit more than a week, now. We’ve had a chance to sand off some rough edges, and fix a few silly bugs. So, what do you think about it? Like it? Want to see more of something, or less of something else? Let us know, we always love hearing from you.

Best,
Aaron


What We’re Reading

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Control of the Week: KLSwitch

KLSwitch

An iOS 7 UISwitch clone that works on iOS 5+

This control is dual licensed:

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Weekly Roundup

Welcome to our weekly roundup! In case you haven’t been to the site in a couple days, you may have missed our recent redesign. As with all such things, it’s inevitable that there are some bugs lurking here or there, plus there are liable to be sharp edges in places we haven’t anticipated. Please don’t hesitate to let us know if you have any feedback, or run into any issues with the new design. We’d also love to hear from you if you just want to say "looks goo...

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Controls of the Week: Five of them...

To be honest, this has been an amazing week for controls on the site. I went through the controls we published several times, and couldn’t cut the list of controls to consider of CotW down below five. Seriously, a great crop. So, oh well, this week we have five controls of the week.

MHNatGeoViewControllerTransition

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App of the Week: Dispatch

Dispatch

Dispatch is a fantastic new email client creat...

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Weekly Roundup

Another WWDC has come and gone, and Cocoa developers everywhere have a lot to digest. iOS 7 is going to introduce a lot of changes, both to the way our apps look and feel, and also how they’ll work under the hood. Some technologies I’ve been shying away from for the past year are now very clearly marked as "the future" and woe unto those who do not immediately embrace them.

Personally, I’m really excited about iOS 7. I think the icon...

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Sponsored by HelpShift

We’re delighted to have HelpShift back as our sponsor this week. Check out their new CocoaPod for even faster integration into your iOS apps:

pod 'Helpshift', '~> 2.4.0'

This week’s Weekly Roundup is brought to you by HelpShift, the integrated Help Desk for native apps. I’ve tried out HelpShift and I must say I couldn’t be happier. It is, by far, the best support system I’ve used for my apps, and the easiest to integrate.

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Control of the Week: PaperFold Gallery

PaperFoldGallery

PaperFoldGallery displays multiple views in a paginated UIScrollView, but uses Pape...

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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 WWD...

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Sponsored by Infragistics NucliOS

Thanks to Infragistics for sponsoring Cocoa Controls this week. Check out the free trial of their NucliOS iOS controls.

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Control of the Week: MMReachabilityViewController

MMReachabilityViewController

A UIViewController subclass that using the apple reachability...

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Weekly Roundup

WWDC is nigh! In just one week, Tim Cook and, ostensibly, Eddy Cue, Craig Federighi, Jony Ive, Bob Mansfield, and Phil Schiller, plus some 3rd parties, will be on-stage to unveil iOS 7, OS X 10.9, and maybe even some new Mac hardware. Except for Ive, presumably, who will be talking to us via video link from an undisclosed location.

Cheers,
Aaron


WWDC 2013 Bingo

For your amusement, I present to you the offic...

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Control of the Week: SIAlertView

SIAlertView

An UIAlertView replacement with block syntax and fancy transition styles. As seen in Grid Diary...

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App of the Week: iComics

iComics

A great-looking, simple comics reader for iPhone and iPad. It uses two open-source components from Cocoa Controls.

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WWDC 2013 Bingo

For your amusement, I present to you the official Cocoa Controls WWDC 2013 bingo card. Any time a classic WWDC phrase is used, a particular person comes on stage, or a new feature is introduced, mark that cell on your bingo card. Five across, down, or diagonal wins!

Tim Cook

Mr. Cook is a freebie.

You can download a PDF by...

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