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Influenced by the UI of the Twitter and Soundcloud iPad apps we designed a new navigation concept for our product Checkpad MED. FRLayeredNavigationController is the foundation for this new UI. Also read this blog post to get a better idea of how FRLayeredNavigationController works: http://factisresearch.blogspot.de/2012/06/uis-for-hierachical-ipad-apps.html
This is a container controller for presenting side views like Path or Facebook application. It is really simple to use, like UINavigationController, works on both iPhone and iPad, really easy to setup and lot of options are available. I created this component from scratch, because the others I saw weren't so easy to integrate in a app. There is a documentation up to date, and two sample code provided. One shows how to easily integrate PPRevealSideViewController in an app, and the other shows lot of options and all the configurations available. A youtube video is also available to see the component in action.
SGTabsViewController is a container view controller which shows tabs for each view like mobile safari does. This controls looks best on an iPad sized screen - You can add and remove tabs dynamically. - A user can rearrange open tabs as he likes. - Show and hide a toolbar - Show your viewControllers toolbarItems at the top - Everything is animated
A UIView subclass that displays YouTube videos using MPMoviePlayerController. It's highly customizable in getting data. The choice between high-quality and standard-quality is already implemented but you can also add other features that fetch the top comments, related videos and such.
A custom TabBarController which can be positioned on the bottom, top, left or top. Utilizes iOS 5 Containment API if possible, but works on iOS 4 too. The TabBar is fully customizable with a tintColor or background image as well as the possibility to show/hide the item highlight and the possibility to change the text colors, have image-only tabbar items etc.
LIExposeController is a new navigation paradigm for iOS apps. A great example is LinkedIn's iPhone app. LIExposeController acts as a container view controller, much like UINavigationController or UITabBarController. It manages a set of UIViewControllers as separate "stacks" so that users can easily switch between multiple screens.