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INTUAnimationEngine makes it easy to build advanced custom animations on iOS. INTUAnimationEngine provides a friendly interface to drive custom animations using a CADisplayLink, inspired by the UIView block-based animation API. It enables interactive animations (normally driven by user input, such as a pan or pinch gesture) to run automatically over a given duration. It can also be used to get a callback every frame of an animation. INTUAnimationEngine includes an extensive library of easing functions that can be used to customize animation timing. A complete library of interpolation functions is also included to animate any type of value or property, including those that are not animatable by Core Animation.
xcres searches your Xcode project for resources and generates an index as struct constants. So you will never have to reference a resource, without knowing already at compile time if it exists or not. It includes loose images, .bundles, asset catalogs (.xcasset) and even .strings in the index. It gives you code autocompletion for resources and localized string keys, without the need of an Xcode plugin. Especially if your app is a bit more complex, this will greatly improve your workflow. It ensures a better quality and gives you more safety. You will see directly when a resource is missing, when you renamed it, or you moved it around. Furthermore it won't even bother you for trivial name changes like change capitalization or converting name scheme from train-case or snake_case to camelCase and vice versa. It will warn you in Xcode on build, if certain resources or string keys can't be references, because their name contain invalid chars, duplicates in the camelCase variant with another key, or would be equal to a protected compiler keyword.
An Objective C category to validate and fix common typos in email addresses. Significantly reduces signup issues and lost users in your iOS apps. Fixes misspelled variations for Gmail, Googlemail, Hotmail, Yahoo and Ymail. More domains can be added easily using a dictionary syntax. Some examples of bad email addresses that will be corrected: - [email protected] -> [email protected] - [email protected] -> [email protected] - [email protected] -> [email protected] - [email protected] -> [email protected] - [email protected] -> [email protected] - [email protected] -> [email protected] - [email protected] -> [email protected]
View showing circular chart with customisable number and range of colours on outer ring with background transparency/colours configuration. There is also an option to show legend. You can customise legends labels & dots, change its position (top/bottom/left/right). Call heightForChartSize: method on legendView to get height for selected width and chart radius.
An NSString Category which lets you perform many string operations in your application. * String validation. * Email validation. * Phone validation. * URL validation. * Add or remove substring. * Get Substring. * Get Application version. * Get Application Name. * Generate Array from string. * Get String from Array. * Get Number of words in String. * Check if my string contains only letters, only numbers or both. * Convert NSData from NSString.
A suite containing many tools to display progress information on iOS. So far the suite contains: A interchangeable set of progress views of different styles. All the progress views are based on the same superclass, allowing any of them to be switched with any other easily. A progress bar for UINavigationBar that works like Apple's Messages app. It also has the added feature of having an indeterminate style. A HUD overlay that works over any UIView. Uses the M13ProgressView class to allow easy customizability of the progress view. A progress view that is styled like terminal. Complete documentation and examples for each class.
MDHTMLLabel is a lightweight, easy to use class for rendering text containing HTML tags on iOS 6.0+. It behaves almost exactly the same as UILabel and allows you to fully customize its appearence with added features thanks to CoreText. It also lets you handle when a user taps or holds down a link in the label unlike many similar libraries. It provides: - Link interaction - Auto-detection of URLs not wrapped in anchor tags - Bold and italic text styles - Color and stroke styles - Indentation, kerning and line spacing settings - Text shadow styles