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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
CPSlider is a drop-in, subclass replacement for UISlider that allows varying scrubbing speeds as the user drags away from the slider thumb, emulating the slider used in the iOS iPod music player. It also includes delegate callbacks to allow an object to be notified of scrubbing speed changes.
A custom Tab Bar write from scratch VSTabBar is fully customizable: * All colors could be changed (Background, Foreground, gradient selection, current selection item, etc.), * Showing/Unshowing current selection, * Showing/Unshowing selection indicator gradient, * Showing/Unshowing title or/and image, * Showing/Unshowing separator between items In the most of case, you want to use a tabbar in bottom, but with VSTabBar you could set-up to be a topbar easily.
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.
Inspiration for this button bar came from the app Path in which they practically removed the need for a UITabBar by adding a button in the bottom left. The goal with this widget is to replicate that functionality and give you the option of using buttons that animate in and out to reclaim some much needed UI space. The widget is designed to be highly portable and lightweight. Customization is simple, even if you want to tear up the source code. Forks and pull requests are much appreciated.
Calculate sunrise, sunset, various dawn and dusk, and noon times for a given location and date. Works on both iOS and Mac OS X. Useful for determining day or night settings (night mode for a reading app, auto-enable flash for a camera app) in an app rather than using an arbitrary switch time.