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ImpressiveNotifications are custom in-app notifications with 3 types of layouts. The notifications will animate in and out. They will hide when they are clicked on or with an automatic dismissal. It is also available to add custom behavior when notification is tapped.
Among other crazy features, iOS 7 enables users to have automatic updates for their apps, wiping away the infamous App Store badge. This is really convenient both for users and developers, but it comes with a couple of downsides: - users are not aware about the changes introduced in the latest update, unless they explicitly open the App Store page to check the release notes; - developers who spend their time working on well-written release notes lose their chance to inform and communicate with their users. TWSReleaseNotesView is a simple way to address those issues. It comes with a straightforward API which enables developers to show in-app release notes with a fully customizable popup view, either setting the release notes list manually or loading them directly from your app's App Store page.
EBPurchase adds simple In-App Purchase functionality to your iOS app. It wraps all of the necessary code for interacting with the StoreKit framework into a convenient little class, and provides you with easy-to-use methods. EBPurchase is non-ARC and has been tested to work with iOS 4.3 and higher.
In-app web browser for iOS. There are already some solutions to this problem out there but non of them offers this features. First, this solution solves the well-known UIWebView bug that causes erratic behavior when combining "zooming operations" and "landscape orientation". Moreover, the solution presented is highly customizable. TSMiniWebBrowser offers the following features: - Back and forward buttons - Reload button (optional) - Activity indicator while page is loading - Action button to open the current page in Safari (optional) - Displays the page title at the navigation bar (optional) - Displays the current URL at the top of the “Open in Safari” action sheet (optional) - Customizable bar style: default, black, black translucent. As you can see, there are some items that are “optional”. That means that you can configure the browser to display or not those items, depending on your app needs. Moreover, TSMiniWebBrowser supports 2 presentation modes: - Navigation controller mode. Using this mode you can push the browser to your navigation controller. - Modal mode. Using this mode you can present the browser modally. A title bar with a dismiss button will be automatically added.