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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 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.
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.
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.
This my fork of PSMTabBarControl. It was originally created by http://www.positivespinmedia.com/dev/PSMTabBarControl.html, then updated at http://code.google.com/p/maccode/source/browse/#svn/trunk/Utilities/PSMTabBarControl. The initial commit of my fork is from r291 of the Google code repo. Project hasn't been updated on either site in a few years, but still works well. My fork is an attempt to modernize some of the code and interface for my own purposes, but I can't promise I'll keep maintaining it.
The normal switching between view controllers on UITabBarControllers is boring. No animation whatsoever. So I decided to add a cube animation. It uses CoreAnimation to be able to rotate around the Y-axis (the one pointing out of the top of the phone). I had to use CATransformLayer to preserve the 90° angle while keeping the edges of the views touching.
A replacement for UITabBarController, with useful features. It allows you to create your own selection interface with UI-components. It allows you to use just some part of the window, not the full-screen mode. It allows you to custom frame sizes of the content view for the portrait/landscape modes.