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PSMTabBarControl remains the best way to have Safari-style tabs in your app. This fork makes it easy to use PSMTabBarControl when developing apps for 10.6, 10.7, and 10.8 using Xcode 4. It is also Retina-ready. This fork contains none of the IBPlugin stuff, and removes unnecessary graphics to get a much smaller framework size (about 668kb uncompressed, 232kb deflated). If you make any improvements, please submit them as pull requests.
A clone of the new Facebook iOS UI paradigm; a sidebar navigation table that is revealed by sliding the main content panel to the right. The search goes full-screen and everything supports the standard orientations. This project uses the Container View Controller methods introduced in iOS 5.0 so, it won't work on any version prior. This project uses ARC so, you'll need Mac OS 10.7+ (Lion) and Xcode 4.2.1+ to build it.
REMarkerClusterer creates and manages per-zoom-level clusters for large amounts of markers. As seen in Pinsnap iPhone app. REMarkerClusterer was inspired by the Apple Photos app on the iPhone, REMarkerClusterer mimics it's behaviour providing animations for grouping and ungrouping clusters.
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