Here’s an example from Mohammad Azam demonstrating usage of the Multipeer Connectivity API called EasyCards. The example shows how to set up and discover sessions, and transfer a resource (in this case a card) to those connected.
EKAlgorithms is a handy project providing a wide collection of common computer science algorithms. Great if you’re learning objective-c, or just find yourself needing an algorithm and want to save some time.
Submitted by Evgeny Karkan EKAlgorithms is growing and currently includes a wide variety of sort, array, string, number, algorithms, and a large collection of data structures.
As the readme states EKAlgorithms includes:
Not too long ago I mentioned the release of the source code of an excellent Vector based drawing app by Steve Sprang that was added to the open source apps list.
Here’s a full featured traditional style drawing app with the source code newly released by Steve Sprang called Brushes.
Among many of its great feature set Brushes has adjustable brushes, simulated pressure, high performance, multiple layers, and the ability to export to Photoshop with layers.
I’ve maintained a list of open source iOS apps for some time, and recently mentioned a nice example game created using Cocos2D and ReactiveCocoa.
Here’s a nice open source example for anyone looking to create a drawing app called Inkpad released under the Mozilla License v2.0.
Inkpad is a full featured high performance vector based drawing app that allows the user to export to SVG, PDF, PNG and JPEG.
A couple of weeks ago I mentioned an extensive and growing set of iOS 7 source code examples demonstrating how to use many of the new features added with the iOS 7 SDK.
Here’s a nice growing collection of tutorials and source code detailing how to use many of the new features from Sam Davies.
The topics covered in the tutorials include: