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Showing posts with label iPhone Game Development. Show all posts
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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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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.

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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Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Today's iOS Developer Resources

1. Tool For Interactively Generating Core Animation 3D Transforms

A tool that generates the source code for 3D Core Graphics transforms using sliders, and drag and drop so you can easily get things right.

 

You can find Transformifier on Github here.

A handy tool if you're struggling to get that 3D transform code just right.

2. Two Open Source Core Graphics Geometry Libraries

Two different open source libraries providing a collection of Core Graphics geometry functions.

You can find Archimedes on Github here.

Two libraries that should save you a lot of time in case you need to create your own geometry library with Objective -C.

3. Easy To Use iOS String And UIText Validation Library (Regex Comparisons and More)

An easy to use library for validating text in string or UIText format.

You can find PMValidation on Github here.

A nice simple to use library for performing text validation.  By the way at the time of this post there appears to be a small error with a logging statement in the demo, but the example works fine.

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Sunday, December 23, 2012

Introduction to CocosBuilder

This is a blog post by iOS Tutorial Team member Ali Hafizji, an iOS and Android developer working at Tavisca Solutions.

CocosBuilder is a free Interface Builder-like tool for Cocos2D that allows you to quickly and easily layout the sprites, layers, and scenes for your game.

CocosBuilder is ideal for quickly laying out menus and other game interface scenes, where it would be a pain to have to place all of the elements manually.

Before CocosBuilder, creating even a basic interface for a game in Cocos2D was a pain in the butt. When adding a menu or button into your game, you'd usually do something like this:


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Saturday, November 10, 2012

The Open Source iPhone Apps List

The Open Source iPhone Apps List

Here is the open source iphone app list in alphabetical order:
1. AlienBlue - A feature rich Reddit client for iPhone and iPad. (iTunes link) (source code)
2. AntiMapLog - An app for recording your own data (location, time, etc.) over a period of time. (iTunes link) (source code)
3. AnyPic - An app for recording your own data (location, time, etc.) over a period of time. (iTunes link) (source code)
4. audioGraph - An audio processing graph demonstration app. (iTunes link) (source code)
5. Bancha - An app for managing websites powered by the Bancha CMS. (iTunes link) (source code)
6. Barcode Scanner - An example app that is part of the Zxing barcode reader project. (iTunes link) (source code)
7. Battle For Wesnoth – Fantasy themed turn based tactical RPG game available on several platforms and now the iPhone/iPad.  (iTunes link) (source code)
8. Bubbsy - Cocos2D based game using Box2D fixes and Tiled level creation.  Unique license see source code page. (iTunes link) (source code)
9. Camlingual - App that can read and translate signs using sophisticated OCR.  (iTunes link) (source code)
10. Canabalt - Popular run and jump type game. (iTunes link) (source code)
11. Chat Secure - An instant messaging application supporting the Xmpp (Google Talk, Jabber) /Oskar (Aim) protocols. (iTunes link) (source code)
12. Cheddar - A to do list app featuring syncing between multiple devices. (iTunes link) (source code)
13. Climbers - 2D finger dragging climbing game created with Cocos2D.(iTunes link) (source code)
14. Colloquy – Conversion of the most popular Mac IRC client to the iPhone.(iTunes link) (source code)
15. ComicFlow – Beautiful comic book reader for iPad. (iTunes link) (source code)
16. Countitout A generic counting app. (iTunes link) (source code)
17. Desktop Web Analytics An app for displaying Piwik web analytics data built with AS3/Air. (iTunes link) (source code)
18. Diceshaker Dice rolling simulator designed for role-playing game enthusiasts. (iTunes link) (source code)
19. Dollar Bets App for recording personal bets placed with your friends. (iTunes link) (source code)
20Doom Classic Classic 3D first person shooter. (iTunes link) (source code)
21. Dozuki Interactive repair manual app from the guys at iFixit. (iTunes link) (source code)
22. Ecological Footprint Calculate, display, and record your ecological footprint. (iTunes link) (source code)
23. Edgy App for demonstrating the basics of OpenCV and the iPhone. (iTunes link) (source code)
24. Edhita iPad text editor with file transfer support and browser previewing. (iTunes link) (source code)
25. Fresh Food Finder App for finding locally grown food built with Phonegap/Cordova. (iTunes link) (source code)
26. Freshbooks – Open Source iPhone app that enables usage of Freshbooks web invoicing software from your iPhone. (iTunes link) (source code)
27. Frotz - Open Source interactive fiction app with support for the Z-machine format. (iTunes link) (source code)
28. Gas Guide - Guides for helping medical students study built from the Gas guide source. (iTunes link) (source code)
29. Gorillas – Classic Worms/iShoot turn based shooter type game converted to iPhone from basic. Utilizes Cocos2D. (iTunes link) (source code).
30. Greek Interlinear Bible - An app for helping study ofthe original new Testament Greek bible . (iTunes link) (source code).
31. Heredox - Tile based game featuring multiplayer created with Cocos2D. (iTunes link) (source code).
32. HoxChess – A Xiangqi (chinese chess) game. (iTunes link) (source code)
33. iLabyrinth - Puzzle game written in Cocos2D requiring you to navigate through increasingly difficult labyrinths. (iTunes link) (source code)
34. iStrobe - Turns the iPhone 4 flash into a highly configurable strobe light.(iTunes link) (source code)
35. iWVU - Official iPhone application of West Virginia University. (iTunes link) (source code)
36. Last.fm – Software that enables usage of the Last.fm platform for personal radio stations. (iTunes link) (source code)
37. Little Go - An iOS version of the game of Go featuring a tough AI opponent. (iTunes link) (source code)
38. Master Password An app for generating and storing passwords. (iTunes link) (source code)
39. Mobilesynth A monophonic synthesizer designed for live performance. (iTunes link) (source code)
40. Molecules – Allows you to view 3D models of molecules and manipulate them through touch. (iTunes link) (source code)
41. Mover – Allows you to transfer stuff from one iPhone to another by "flicking" it to the other device. (iTunes link) (source code)
42. Mugician - iPad music synthesis app being used by various musicians in real life gigs. (iTunes link) (source code)
43. Natsulion A basic twitter client converted from mac. (iTunes link) (source code)
44. Next Airport A navigation and weather utility app built with Red Foundry. (iTunes link) (source code)
45. News:yc - A hacker news client. (iTunes link) (source code)
46. Packlog – Backpack journal client. (iTunes link) (source code)
47. PlainNote - Simple Open Source Notepad. (iTunes link) (source code)
48. Pw Safe - Password manager that works across multiple platforms. (iTunes link) (source code)
49. Quickbright - Simple app for setting the brightness for your iPhone quickly and easily. (iTunes link) (source code)
50. RPI Shuttle Tracker - App for tracking bus positions around the RPI campus. (iTunes link) (source code)
51. Sage Math - Interface to the sage computer algebra system. (itunes link) (source code)
52. Sign Plus - App for turning iPad into a digital sign. (itunes link) (source code)
53. SpaceBubble – Space game featuring core graphics, and accelerometer usage. (itunes link) (source code)
54. SparkleShare - Client for the DropBox like SparkleShare file storage service. (itunes link) (source code)
55. Stockfish Chess – A chess game featuring extremely effective AI . (itunes link) (source code)
56. Sudoku Resolv  - Sudoku solving app using computer vision. (itunes link) (source code)
57. Sugar on Pancake  - An iOS client for SugarCRM. (itunes link) (source code)
58. Task Coach – Personal to-do list and task manager. (itunes link) (source code)
59. The White House - Official app for the White House. (itunes link) (source code)
60. Travel Advice UK - App featuring worldwide travel advice provided by the UK Governemnt. (itunes link) (source code)
61. Tweedie - A twitter iPad client created using HTML5 and Phonegap (Cordova). (itunes link) (source code)
62. Tweejump – Platform jumping game inspired by Icy Tower. Utilizes Cocos2D. (itunes link) (source code)
63. Tweetee – Enhanced version of the Natsulion Twitter Client. (itunes link) (source code)
64. Tweetero – Basic twitter client with image uploading. (itunes link) (source code)
65. Vim - The classic highly configurable UNIX text editor ported to iOS. (itunes link) (source code)
66. ViralFire – Unique game where you are a dodging blood cell. (source code)
67. Warped AR – An augmented reality app created using Appcelerator Titanium. (itunes link) (source code)
68. Wikihow – A reader app for the popular how to wiki site. (itunes link) (source code)
69. Wikipedia – Official Wikipedia app for iOS devices. (itunes link) (source code)
70. Wolfenstein 3D Classic Platinum – If you haven't heard of Wolfenstein post below so we can say a prayer for you. (itunes link) (source code)
71. WordPress – Client for managing WordPress blogs. Also has an iPad version. (itunes link) (source code)
72. Xpilot – Simple massively multiplayer arcade shooter from the early days of the internet. (itunes link) (source code)
73. YourRights – Pocket database containing a summary of your legal rights.(itunes link) (source code)
74. ZBar – A barcode reader open source iphone app. (itunes link) (source code)
These are apps that are no longer in the app store for which source code is available:
75. 2012 Olympics - App displaying timetable for 2012 Olympic events.   (source code)
76. Aeropack - A steampunk themed retro-platform game created using GameSalad. (source code)
77. Alphabet Blocks - An educational toy featuring letter blocks created with using Cocos2D.. (source code)
78. Clearis - Cocos2D based puzzle game.  (source code)
79. Cryptose A cryptogram puzzle game made with the Marmalade (formerly Airplay) SDK.  (source code)
80. FosdemCalendar app for the Fosdem open source conference. (source code)
81. NowPlaying - Allows you to check local theater listings, and check rotten tomato ratings.  (source code)
82. PocketFlix - Find movies, and manage your Netflix information. (source code)
83. Prey - Anti-theft tracker featuring on-demand and push notification activation. (source code)
84. reMail - E-mail client featuring ultra-fast search. Removed from app store, but source made available. (source code)
85. RobotFindsKitten - Port of a very silly "classic" ASCII game. (source code)
86. Sci-15 HPCalc - Calculator app based on classic scientific HP-Calculator. (source code)
87. Scratch - A viewer allowing you to run applications made with MIT's scratch project. (source code)
88. Skeleton Key - Puzzle game created using Cocos2D. (source code) (source code iPad)
89. Star3Map - Augmented reality star and planet charting application. (source code)
90. Teh Internets - A silly side scrolling game that makes fun of many internet memes created using Cocos2D.  (source code)
91. Tilt Monster - iPhone game written with the Corona SDK that reached top 25 in the app store. (source code)
92. Tux Rider - iPhone port of the extremely popular, and beautiful 3D Tux Racer game. (source code)
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