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A replacement for UITabBarController, with useful features. It allows you to create your own selection interface with UI-components. It allows you to use just some part of the window, not the full-screen mode. It allows you to custom frame sizes of the content view for the portrait/landscape modes.
Custom UISplitViewController for iPad. Features: it always keeps both sides visible; it's always launched in the Portrait but it's rotated to any direction properly; each side contains UINavigationController so it's easy to make standard navigation by pushing and poping UIViewControllers; several APSplitViewController can be contained in the custom UITabBarController.
A small open-source class that helps you quickly create and configure a UITableViewController that is backed by an NSFetchedResultsController. This is code I use in a lot of my projects, and have extracted into its own class. The primary benefit of using an NLFetchedResultsTable is that it handles a lot of the NSFetchedResultsControllerDelegate and UITableViewDataSource methods for you.