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BFKit is a collection of useful classes to <strong>develop Apps faster</strong>. If you are looking for <strong>Swift</strong> version check it out here: <strong><a href="https://www.cocoacontrols.com/controls/bfkit-swift">BFKit-Swift</a></strong> <strong>Foundation:</strong><br> NSArray<br> NSData<br> NSDate<br> NSFileManager<br> NSMutableArray<br> NSMutableDictionary<br> NSNumber<br> NSObject<br> NSProcessInfo<br> NSString <strong>UIKit:</strong><br> UIButton<br> UIColor<br> UIDevice<br> UIFont<br> UIImage<br> UIImageView<br> UILabel<br> UIScrollView<br> UITableView<br> UITextField<br> UIView<br> UIWebView<br> UIWindow<br> <strong>BFKit:</strong><br> BFApp<br> BFButton<br> BFLog<br> BFPassword<br> BFSystemSound<br> BFTextField<br> BFTouchID (iOS 8)
A UIWebView ViewController to be used with a UINavigationController or on its own as a modal segue. KAWebViewController is a view controller class for UIWebView. I never found a similar solution that suited my needs so I decided to write my own basic UIWebViewController Class. You can use KAWebViewController outside a navigation controller with the use of KAWModalWebViewController. Feel free to use this as base for your own UIWebView ViewController. This class currently supports: - iPad and iPhone - iOS 6.1 to 7.1 (iOS6 on iPad could use some UI improvements) - Portrait & Landscape mode
An inline web browsing view controller that can be used to quickly display web content to users from within an app. It automatically customises its appearance based on the device's current iOS version, dynamically generating all of the necessary graphics at runtime. Fully compatible with both iPhone and iPad, and visually conforms to the UI styles of iOS 5.0 and up.
MDBrowser is a very convenient iOS browser that you can present and dismiss with a neat pop up animation,also supports slide from bottom animation ,has a back and forward button so the user can navigate the history, you can open it for the user for example to like your Facebook page, follow on google+ or twitter, or to simply view web pages on the fly without interrupting your app flow. should compiled with ARC ,also supports iPhone and iPad.
RFFavicon retrieves the relevant favicon for a URL, or returns a default icon should it not be able to find it. How To Get Started =============== 1. Download RFFavicon 2. <code>#import "RFFavicon.h"</code> 3. Use the class method,Ex: <code>self.icon.image = [RFFavicon getIcon:www.google.com]; </code>
In-app browser for iOS apps with UIActivity support. EGYWebViewController features: * iPhone- and iPad-specific UIs * full landscape orientation support * back, forward, stop/refresh and action buttons * Actions ( Share Link to [ Facebook, Twitter ] Send Link to [ Mail, CopyToPasteboard] Open Link in [ Safari, Chrome & Crux ] ) * NavigationBar title set to the currently visible web page CocoaPods pod 'EGYWebViewController' ~> '1.2' Requires ARC
PBWebViewController is a light-weight, simple and customizable web browser component for iOS. It's just 2 source files, image-free, around 200 lines of code and has been built with modern Cocoa development techniques. PBWebViewController works on iPhone and iPad, in all orientations and is meant to be used in a UINavigationController. All you need to do is set up it's properties and then push it.