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Friday, January 18, 2013

Today's iOS Developer Resources

Today's iOS Developer Resources

1. Framework Providing A Lightweight Node.js Compatible Server That Runs Within iOS Apps

A framework allowing you to create a Node.js compatible javascript server that runs within your iOS Objective-C apps.

You can find neu.Node on Github here with detailed information and an example project containing several different demonstration servers including a chat server, and a streaming video server.

After loading up the demo project and starting a server you'll find it running at port 8000.

2. Example: Rendering The Milky Way Galaxy On iOS Devices Using OpenGL ES

An example demonstrating how to render the massive Milky Way galaxy in full 3D using OpenGL ES and running on the iOS platform.

You can find the OpenGLMilkyWay example on Github here.

You can find this example in use in Hanno's impressive ExoPlanet app.

There's a PDF included in the Github repository providing some slides explaining a bit more into the techniques used for this impressive example.

3. iOS Library For Automatically Creating CRUD Interfaces (Scaffolding) Using A Core Data Model

An iOS Objective-C library that automatically creates create, read, update and delete (CRUD) scaffolding based on a Core Data model.



You can find SDScaffoldKit on Github here.

Just like with a Rails project it's highly unlikely you'd release an iOS app with some basic untouched scaffolding, but it provides a good starting point.

4. Alternative Objective-C Static Code Analyzer With Complexity Checking/Easily Customizable Rules

A static code analyzer tool that works with Objective-C providing an easy to customize ruleset and the capability of checking code complexity.

You can find the OCLint homepage here with links to binary downloads and the source can be found on Github here.

You can find the documentation for changing the rules here.

I tested this tool from the command line, but there is an experiemental helper program for working with Xcode.

If you take a look at the rules directory of the source code you can play around with and tweak rules.

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Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Today's iOS Developer Resources

Today's iOS Developer Resources

1. Tool: Highly Configurable Objective-C Source Code Beautifier With Easy To Set Options

A Mac OS X tool providing a an easy to use GUI for working with the Objective-C compatible code beautifier Uncrustify.

You can download a binary for UncrustifyX here and you can find the source for the project on Github here.

You can find a gist containing an example Objective-C configuration to get you started on Github here.

The original Uncrustify source code beautifier tool can be found here.

An excellent tool for code beautification that you can easily configure to your liking.

2. Open Source Library Using ReactiveCocoa Providing An Alternative To iOS 6′s Auto Layout

An open source library utilizing the Objective-C reactive programming extensions project ReactiveCocoa providing an alternative to iOS 6's auto layout for automatically laying out views.

You can download ReactiveLayout along with a couple of examples on Github here.

While you might be perfectly satisfied with auto layout in the iOS 6 SDK it is very interesting to see how Github utilizes the ReactiveCocoa library in ReactiveLayout.

3. Open Source library For Easy iOS Objective-C Asynchronous Flow Control

A nice little Objective-c library providing a simple API for asynchronous flow control.

You can find Sequencer on Github here.

A nice simple library for asynchronous flow control.

4. Open Source iOS UI Control For Easily Creating Breadcrumb Style Navigation

An open source iOS UI control for creating a great looking breadcrumb navigation control.



You can find BTBreadCrumbView on Github here.

An easy way to add breadcrumbs into your app.

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Today's iOS Developer Resources

Today's iOS Developer Resources

1. Tool: Highly Configurable Objective-C Source Code Beautifier With Easy To Set Options

A Mac OS X tool providing a an easy to use GUI for working with the Objective-C compatible code beautifier Uncrustify.

You can download a binary for UncrustifyX here and you can find the source for the project on Github here.

You can find a gist containing an example Objective-C configuration to get you started on Github here.

The original Uncrustify source code beautifier tool can be found here.

An excellent tool for code beautification that you can easily configure to your liking.

2. Open Source Library Using ReactiveCocoa Providing An Alternative To iOS 6′s Auto Layout

An open source library utilizing the Objective-C reactive programming extensions project ReactiveCocoa providing an alternative to iOS 6's auto layout for automatically laying out views.

You can download ReactiveLayout along with a couple of examples on Github here.

While you might be perfectly satisfied with auto layout in the iOS 6 SDK it is very interesting to see how Github utilizes the ReactiveCocoa library in ReactiveLayout.

3. Open Source library For Easy iOS Objective-C Asynchronous Flow Control

A nice little Objective-c library providing a simple API for asynchronous flow control.

You can find Sequencer on Github here.

A nice simple library for asynchronous flow control.

4. Open Source iOS UI Control For Easily Creating Breadcrumb Style Navigation

An open source iOS UI control for creating a great looking breadcrumb navigation control.



You can find BTBreadCrumbView on Github here.

An easy way to add breadcrumbs into your app.

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Saturday, January 12, 2013

Today's iOS Developer Resources

Today's iOS Developer Resources

1. iOS Library For Automatically Generating A Color Scheme From An Image Like iTunes 11

An iOS library allowing you to automatically generate a color scheme from an image inspired by how iTunes 11 does this with photo albums.



You can find LEColorPicker on Github here.

You can find the original question/answer thread explaining the algorithm over at StackOverflow.

Not completely identical to iTunes 11 color picking, but still does a great job.

2. iOS Library For Easy PDF Report Creation Using HTML With Template Support

A library for easily generating PDF reports accepting HTML with simple templating.

You can find PDFReportKit on Github here.

A nice easy to use library for quickly generating PDF reports.

3. Example: Displaying A 3D .OBJ Model In Cocos2D iPhone v2.x (W/Zooming, Rotation, And Movement)
An example demonstrating how to load and display an OBJ model in Cocos2D iPhone v2.x.


You can find and download the example through this thread in the Cocos2D iPhone forums.

In the example project you'll see how an object can be loaded and rotated, and you can also swipe along the lines on each side to zoom in and move the object.

4. Open Source iOS UI Control Automatically Allowing You To Enable Tap-To-Zoom On An Image

An open source control allowing you to add tap to zoom to an image by simply suppling an array of your views.



You can download ASMediaFocusManager on Github here.

Combine this with the Mosaic UI mentioned earlier this week and you've got a nice mosaic style image gallery.

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Thursday, January 10, 2013

Today's iOS Developer Resources

Today's iOS Developer Resources:

1. Tutorial: Working With iOS User Data APIs (Location, Calendar, Address Book, Photos)

A tutorial with example demonstrating how to use the iOS user data APIs to gather location, calendar, address book and photo data.

You can find the tutorial over at the Captech consulting blog here.

A nice straightforward guide an example for working with the various data APIs on the iOS platform.

2. iOS UI Control For Providing Map Annotations, Callouts And Other Details Within A Clean Interface

An objective-c iOS UI control providing an easy way to create a map view with location information, annotations and callouts.

 

You can find Locations With Map on Github here.

The control is inspired by the FourSquare's checkin view and provide's an easy solution for providing location details.

3. Open Source iOS UI Control For Creating A Customizable Circular Menu

An objective-c iOS UI control for easily creating circular menus.


You can find KYCircleMenu on Github here.

IF you're looking for an easy way to create a menu layed out in a circular pattern you can do so easily with this UI Control.

4. iOS AFNetworking Add-On Library That Provides Accelerated Downloading

An AFNetworking add-on providing accelerated downloads.

You can download JJAFAcceleratedDownloadRequestOperation from Github here.

If you've got an app that downloads large files and use AFNetworking this looks like a great way to speed those downloads up.

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Your First Objective-C Unit Test

Testing is important for writing clean, bug-free code. Fortunately, if you're writing iOS apps, Apple's Xcode has unit testing capabilities built in. Ash Furrow shows you how it works and walks you through the creation of some actual tests - including using them to understand an error in your code.

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Demystifying iOS Application Crash Logs

When there's a problem in your app, crash logs are a key resource for tracking down the source of the critical error. Experienced Windows devs will remember (fondly?) Dr. Watson, but how do you find and interpret the crash data on a mobile device? iOS creates crash logs much like those on it's Mac OS big brother, and Soheil Moayedi Azarpour shows you where to find them and how to understand what they say.

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Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Beginning Unity 3D for iOS: Part 1/3

The tutorial will be split into three parts:

In Part 1, you'll learn the basics of using Unity by creating a game with a simple player control mechanism. You'll also learn how to deploy your project on iOS.

In Part 2, you'll learn how to enhance the player's movements using pre-built controller objects and some scripts found in the standard packages, how to debug using Unity Remote, and how to customize the scene.

In Part 3, you'll add gameplay to your project and build on game design concepts that include adding prefabs, timers, menus and sounds to enrich the game experience.

Ready to add a powerful new framework to your skillset? Keep reading on! :]

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Today's iOS Developer Resources

Today's iOS Developer Resources

1. Open Source iOS UI Control For Easily Creating A Mosaic Style Interface

An open source control that makes it easy to create a mosaic style user interface control.



You can find MosaicUI on Github here.

Included is a sample project – a quick project for getting a Mosaic style interface up and running.

2. iOS UIColor Category Adds Hex Value Support (With Or W/O Alpha) Color Comparisons And More

An objective-c UIColor category adding a number of helper values allowing you to use hex values, perform color comparisons, and more.

You can download ColorUtils on Github here.

Included is a sample project showing ColorUtils in action – very straightforward to use.

3. iOS UI Control Easily Allowing You To Create Alerts Mimicking iOS 6 Notifiication Views

An open source control allowing you to create notification views like the native iOS notification views shown when the user receives a push notification.



You can find MPNotificationView on Github here.

Another great control for providing the user with unobtrusive notification.

4. Tutorial: The Differences Between Objective-C NULL, nil, Nil and NSNull Explained

An Objective-C tutorial explaining the differences between the different ways to represent nothingness in Objective-C (NULL, nil, Nill and NSNull).

You can find the guide on the NSHipster site here.

A nice straightforward explanation of one of those potentially annoying Objective-C idiosyncrasies.

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Sunday, January 6, 2013

Getting Started with the iOS SDK Development Environment

The primary focus of this tutorial is on getting setup with Xcode. Xcode is an outstanding Integrated Development Environment (IDE) made by Apple, and the vast majority of both iOS and Mac developers rely on Xcode when building applications.

Xcode is only compatible with Apple's OS X, and I am therefore assuming that you have a Mac capable of installing the software. I will be using Xcode 4.5 throughout this series. This particular version of Xcode requires OS X 10.7.4 or higher. Even though it is possible to create iOS applications with an older version of Xcode, I recommend that you also use the latest Xcode release to make sure that you don't run into unexpected issues along the way.


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An Introduction to Localization with Auto Layout in iOS

Localization can be a huge selling point for mobile apps, opening up entirely new markets. And fortunately, incorporating localization into your iOS isn't difficult. Matt Tancock explains how Auto Layout has localization features built in, so your app has the hooks for a translated UI from the start. In a future newsletter we'll follow up with tips for those translation services.


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Saturday, January 5, 2013

Today's iOS Developer Resources

Today's iOS Developer Resources

1. Safari/Chrome Extension Allows You To Hide/Rename Apple Provisioning Portal App IDs

A handy Chrome/Safari extension that allows you to hide and rename App IDs in the iOS provisioning portal since Apple won't let you delete or rename them.

If you're using Safari you can download the extension here.

If you're using Chrome you can get it from the Chrome Web Store here.

You can find the source on Github here with links to the latest versions.

A simple plugin that can be a great help if you've got a lot of App ID's clouding your view in the provisioning portal.

2. Open Source iOS UI Control Providing Evernote Folder Style Navigation

An iOS UI control inspired by Evernote allowing you to make a navigation controller that looks like a stack of files complete with animations.

You can find KLNoteViewController on Github here.

A great looking navigation control providing a large level of customization.

3. An Open Source iOS Image Cropping UI Control With Movable Edge Points

An iOS UI control for creating an image cropping control allowing you to crop oddly sized areas of an image by providing drag and drop adjustment points.

You can find JBCroppableView on Github here.

A great control if you need more than basic image cropping.

4. Tutorial: How To Analyze iOS Crash Reports (With Examples)

A tutorial on how to analyze Apple iOS crash reports providing analysis of some example crash reports.

You can read the in-depth guide here.

You also might want to take a look at the WWDC 2010 videos (Developer login required).

A nice guide if you're having trouble deciphering Apple crash reports and want some real examples.

5. Tutorial: How To Create Great Looking Layouts With UICollectionView

An in-depth tutorial on how to make great looking layouts using UICollectionView.


You can find the tutorial on Brian's blog here.

The source code for the tutorial can be found on Github here.

6. An Efficient Open Source iOS Multistroke And Single Stroke Complex Gesture Recognition Library

An open source library for recognizing complex gestures whether made from a single or multiple strokes.


You can read more about $P gesture recognizer and download it from the homepage here.

A great project for handling different types of complex gestures.

7. Easily Customizable UIAlertView Replacement With Support For A Blocks-Based Syntax

An open source customizable UIAlertVIew replacement allowing you to use blocks for callbacks, and customizations.


You can find WCAlertView on Github here.

A nice UIAlertView replacement for those looking for custom coloring and a cleaner syntax.

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How to Test Your Apps on Physical iOS Devices

Provisioning an application for testing on either a physical device or for App Store distribution can be a nightmare for beginners. However, every iOS developer has to tackle this hurdle at some point. In this article, I hope to give you a good understanding of how to properly provision an application for testing on a physical device.


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Today's iOS Developer Resources

1. Source Code For Xcode Injection Plugin Released – Allows You To Tweak Running Apps

An Xcode plugin (now open sourced) allowing you to tweak code running in the simulator or device and see the updates without the need to re-compile.

You can find the source code for Injection on Github here.

You can download Injection itself from the homepage here - this is a premium plugin, but very reasonably priced at $9.99->$25.00 considering the time it can save.

2. Free Tool For Building iOS Regular Expressions (NSRegularExpression) That Actually Work

A tool for building regular expressions on Mac that uses the same regular expression engine as the iOS SDK's NSRegularExpression so you can be certain your Regular expressions work properly.
You can download the source for the NSRegexTester tool on Github here.

You can read more about the tool on Aaron's blog here.

A great help for avoiding the frustration with building regular expressions that end up not working.

3. Example: How To Implement A Real-Time Green Screen Effect On iOS Using OpenGL ES

An example showing how to create a real time video filter using OpenGL ES that applies the green screen effect.

You can download the source code here.

You can find an updated example from Tim Sawell with a few changes that tweak the filter a little to make less yellowish colors not become transparent that will also work on retina screen iPads on Github here.

You can read some more details about the example and some tips for creating real time video filters on the Informit site here.

A great example on creating video filters on the iOS platform.

4. Open Source Control Providing A Highly Customizable Image Based UISwitch Replacement

An open source control for a highly customizable image based UISwitch replacement.

A PSD file is included containing the different images used in creating a basic switch that you can play around with.  You'll also find example images included in the demo project.

You can find TTSwitch on Github here.

On the Github page you'll find several examples of the other variables you can tweak in customizing buttons with this UI control in addition to changing images.

5. Example: Create A 3D iBooks Style Transition That Acts As An Xcode Storyboard Segue

An objective-c example showing how to create a 3D transition effect inspired by the iBOoks bookshelf effect that can be used within Xcode's storyboard tool as a segue.

You can find GC3DFlipTransitionStyleSegue on Github here with usage instructions.

A great example on creating 3D transitions using OpenGL ES that can be used as a segue.

6. Category Extending NSString Allowing You To Use FontAwesome Icons In Your Apps

A category extending NSString so you can easily use the free/open source iconic FontAwesome containing 100s of great looking icons.

You can download FontAwesome+iOS from Github here.

You can find the FontAwesome homepage here.

An easy way to use these great looking icons within your apps.

7. Objective-C Dependency Injection Framework Using A Spring-Style Approach

An objective-c dependency injection framework modeled after the Java Spring framework.

You can find Spring Objective-C through Github here.

You'll find an extensive example on the Github page.

8. Open Source Project Providing An API For Working With Different iOS Analytics Services

An open source objective-c project that provides an API that works with many different iOS analytics services.

You can find the ARAnalytics project with further instructions on Github here.

You can find out how to install the Cocoapods Ruby Gem from the homepage here.

A great project if you're looking to test out different Analytics services.

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Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Building a Shopping List Application From Scratch – Part 2

In the previous lessen, we laid the foundation for the shopping list application. In the first part of this lesson, we will further refine the application by enabling the user to edit and delete items from the list. In the second part of this lesson, we add the ability to select items from the list to create the shopping list. As I mentioned in the previous article, one of the core features of the shopping list application is managing a list of items. We have done a great job so far, but the user should have the ability to edit and delete items from the list, which will be the focus of the first part of this tutorial. In the second part, we will implement the second core feature of the shopping list application, creating a shopping list by selecting items from the list of items.


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Monday, December 31, 2012

Abstract XML Parser – LAbstractParser

LAbstractParser class implements the entire parsing logic so that a subclass can handle what is important – binding logic. LAbstractParser subclasses have to implement only the didStartElement and didEndElement methods without the need of implementing the rest of the logic which is practically the same for every XML parser.

The LAbstractParser is available on GitHub here.

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Sunday, December 30, 2012

Today's iOS Developer Resources

1. Scripts For Generating Javascript and C/Objective-C Bindings

A set of Python scripts for generating Javascript and C/Objective-C bindings so you can access any Objective-C code
through Javascript (run through the SpiderMonkey interpreter) and the other way around.

You can find Javascript Bindings for C/Objective-C on Github here.

You'll also need SpiderMonkey (the SpiderMonkey link in the readme appears incorrect but I believe this is the right version) and JRSwizzle.

Full details on how to generate the bindings and use them in your projects are on the Github page along with some examples.

2. Open Source iOS UI Control For Social Sharing With Catchy Animations

 user interface control providing a stylish way to present the user with social buttons using a catchy blooming animation.

You can find KLEXpandingSelect on Github here.

Another similar control you might want to take a look at is AURosetteView with a different petal design/animations.

3. Handy Library Providing Many Different Customizable Sharing Buttons Using Core Graphics

A library using core graphics that makes it easy to draw customizable social sharing buttons.

You can find GRButtons on Github here.

A nice library to have around whenever you find yourself adding social buttons to an app.

If you've created, or come across any iOS developer resources that you'd like to share you can submit them in below comment section.

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iOS Programming 101: How to Customize Navigation Bar and Back Button

Here are what you'll learn in this tutorial:
  • Customizing the View with background image
  • Customizing UINavigationBar including background image and text style of title
  • Customizing the appearance of UIBarButtonItem
As usual, we're going to illustrate the concept by converting a plain navigation bar to one with customized graphics. However, to help you focus on learning the customization, we've prepared the Xcode project for you to start with. Before proceeding, first download the Xcode project here (note: the project is created using Xcode 4.5).


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Saturday, December 29, 2012

iOS SDK : Building a Shopping List Application From Scratch – Part 1

The shopping list application that we are about to create has two core features, (1) managing a list of items (figure 1), and (2) creating a shopping list by selecting one or more items from the list of items (figure 2). We will build the application around a tab bar controller to make switching between the two views fast and straightforward. In this lesson, we will focus on the first core feature, the list of items. In the next lesson, we will put the finishing touches on list of items and we zoom in on the shopping list, the application's second core feature.


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Friday, December 28, 2012

iOS SDK : Data Persistence and Sandboxing on iOS

Persisting data across application launches is a requirement that most iOS applications have, from storing user preferences using the user defaults system to managing large datasets in a relational database. In this article, we will explore the most common strategies used for storing data in an iOS application. I will also talk about the file system on iOS and how application sandboxing affects data persistence.


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