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DAAlertController provides a convenient block-based interface for configuration and presentation of UIAlertViews and UIActionSheets. If UIAlertContoller is available DAAlertController will just pass all the work to it, otherwise it will use associated references to invoke action handlers when buttons are clicked just like UIAlertController would.
The ultimate API for iOS & OS X Auto Layout — impressively simple, immensely powerful. PureLayout extends UIView/NSView, NSArray, and NSLayoutConstraint with a comprehensive Auto Layout API that is modeled after Apple's own frameworks. Writing Auto Layout code from scratch isn't easy. PureLayout provides a fully capable and developer-friendly interface for Auto Layout. It is designed for clarity and simplicity, and takes inspiration from the Auto Layout UI options available in Interface Builder while delivering far more flexibility. The API is also highly efficient, as it adds only a thin layer of third party code and is engineered for maximum performance.
A table view cell that swipes to reveal a basement menu similar to iOS 7 Mail, but with tons of configuration options. Uses a delegate/data source construction method, and NSLayoutConstraints and spring damping animation instead of a UIScrollView to prevent gesture collision.
Code examples for the new features of iOS 7. Contents: - Dynamic Behaviors - Speech Synthesis - Custom Transition - 3D Map - iBeacon - 120fps Video Recording - Smile Detection - Image Filters - Sprite Kit - Map Directions - Motion Effects (Parallax) - Multipeer Connectivity - New UIActivities: **Airdrop**, Post to Flickr / Vimeo, Add to Readinglist - QR Code Generator - Motion Activity Tracking - Static Map Snapshots - Safari Reading List - New Fonts - Spring Animation - Web Pagination
A memory and CPU efficient implementation of a collection view with cells that bounce around like they do in the iOS 7 messages app. This is implemented by simply subclassing the UICollectionViewFlowLayout class and adding UIAttachmentBehaviours to the layout attributes. The implementation is based on the "Exploring Scroll Views on iOS 7" presentation from WWDC 2013, however it goes further by providing robust memory and CPU management by tiling the UIAttachmentBehaviours.