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CLTickerView is an IOS library for a ticker or marquee in HTML. It is built with UIScrollView, UILabel and NSTimer. The text will animate from right to left, and when tap on it, the animation stop. User can scroll the text left and right and resume the animation by releasing the tap.
JBTabBarController aims to be a drop-in replacement of UITabBarController, but with the intention of letting developers easily customise its appearance. JBTabBar uses images for all UI elements except for the labels on TabBar items. This gives the Developer/Designer the freedom to customise the all aspects of the TabBar. In particular, the selected and unselected images for each TabBar item can be specified and are full colour images not clipping masks. The included example attempts to emulate the standard UITabBar design provided by Apple. The layer styles used to create the TabBar images in Photoshop are in the Extras folder. The project uses ARC and targets iOS 4.0+ devices.
DAKeyboardControl allows you to easily add keyboard awareness and scrolling dismissal (a receding keyboard ala iMessages app) to any UIView, UIScrollView or UITableView with only 1 line of code. DAKeyboardControl automatically extends UIView and provides a block callback with the keyboard's current origin.
A Simple Framework For Sharing Content via Email, Facebook and Twitter There's a number of ways to share content from within iOS apps. iOS5 includes support for sharing content via email and Twitter. There are also libraries like ShareKit that allow you to share via any number of sharing services. So why use BCDShareSheet? If your apps only need to share content via email, Twitter and Facebook and you don't want to write the same code each time, then BCDShareSheet might be handy. Otherwise, you might prefer to call the sharing services yourself or to use something like ShareKit that supports more services. BCDShareSheet requires iOS4 or later and sharing via Twitter is only available on iOS5 (as it uses iOS's built-in support for Twitter).
Plotting strip for dynamic data which can also be used as a sparkline. Data may be supplied one value at a time (as when reading sensor or other data) or can be supplied as an NSArray (as when using as a sparkline). Color, plot width, etc. are all customizable. The control can also update a UILabel (or derivative) instance dynamically when values are added, and a user-specified format string allows you to control the formatting of the displayed value.
BSKeyboardControls makes it easy to put previous, next and done buttons above the keyboard in your iPhone or iPad app. BSKeyboardControls is optimized for both iPhone and iPad and therefore fits perfectly in your universal app. For usage instructions please follow the source code link.