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RBFilePreviewer is a wrapper around Apple's QLPreviewController. Ease of use is its primary design. It can be dropped into any project and used right away. Unlike QLPreviewController, RBFilePreviewer is designed to be customizable. RBFilePreviewer supports all file formats that QLPreviewController supports.
A set of classes built to facilitate binding data objects to table rows on the iPad and editing the elements of the data objects in-line in the table rows. Simulates controls such as popup boxes, combo boxes and check boxes to allow editing the data elements without having to present a new data entry/edit screen.
Very nice UIScrollView ready to handle View Controllers as pages, handle orientation changes and integrate with UIPageControl and UISegmentedControl out of the box. Features: - Handles Orientation and Size changes automatically and with smooth animations. - Ready to work with UIPageControl and UISegmentedControl - Easy to use properties and methods (addPagedViewController, pageCount, currentPage, etc) iPhone & iPad Samples included!
Open source PDF reader code for fellow iOS developers struggling with wrangling PDF files onto iOS device screens. The code is universal and does not require any XIBs (as all UI elements are code generated, allowing for greatest flexibility). It runs on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch with iOS 4 and up. This implementation has been tested with large PDF files (over 250MB in size and over 2800 pages in length) and with PDF files of all flavors (from text only documents to graphics heavy magazines). It also works on older devices (such as the iPod touch 2nd generation and iPhone 3G) and takes advantage of the dual-core processor (via CATiledLayer and multi-threading) in all new devices.
JUInspectorView is a shameless copy of Xcode 4s inspector views. It draws a header with a title and then a custom NSView or NSView subclass as the body. There is a disclosure triangle to open/close the body views and everything is totally like in Xcode 4. You can insert the JUInspectorViewContainer (the component which contains all the inspector views) into almost any other view hierarchy, although it makes more sense to add it into a NSScrollView which than can be put into whatever you want.
JUCollectionView aims to be a drop in replacement for the extremely slow NSCollectionView. Instead of loading every possible cell at once, JUCollectionView only displays the visible cells. To improve the performance even further, JUCollectionView also reuses cells where possible. This means that it only has to load a batch of cells to cover the view and then reuse them its whole lifetime. Unlike NSCollectionView, JUCollectionView doesn't use NIB instantiating but a approach similar to UITableView on iOS. It asks its data source for a cell (a subclass of JUCollectionViewCell). It also provides identifier and identifier based dequeuing of cells, allowing you to display various kinds of cells while still having the benefit of reusable cells.