Last week I mentioned a nice set of source code examples demonstrating usage of many new iOS 8 features.
Here’s a nice source code example submitted by Dariusz Rybicki of a photo editing extension created with the new Photos framework called SwiftMustaches.
The example provides an extension that runs directly within Photos app providing an option for users to add a mustach to a photo using Core Image’s face detection functionality.
Here’s an open source example pdf reader app providing a full featured book reader style experience called GreatReader from Shohei Miyamoto.
The features of GreatReader include:
- iPhone/iPad Support
- iBooks Like Design
- Zooming in/out with double tap
- Rotation handling
- Reading histories view
- Cropping for zooming
- Document Outlines
A couple of months ago I mentioned a nice news reader app created in swift for the hacker news called SwiftHN.
Here’s a complete open source news reader app created entirely in Swift for The Oakland Post from Andrew Clissold.
The app provides an extensive feature set listing stories with image thumbnails, and post times, a nice clean reading experience, and a photo browser. The example utilizes a number of open source projects including the RSS feed parser MWFeedParser, and the asynchronous image downloading library SDWebImage.
Earlier this year I mentioned a component for implementing Tinder style swipe-to-choose cards called MDCSwipeToChoose.
Here’s a nice tutorial that goes step-by-step through the process of creating cards with cool Tinder style dragging animations from Nimrod Gutman.
Specifically the tutorial covers:
- Setting up a draggable image view
- Modifying the rotation and scale while the image is being dragged to match the effect seen in the Tinder app
- Adding overlay images as the image is dragged
- Performing the selected action
Here’s an iOS source code release to the fantastic Warfare Incorporated RTS game called Hostile Takeover from Spiffcode.
As the readme states:
Hostile Takeover is the open source release of the wildly popular mobile Real Time Strategy game Warfare Incorporated. Warfare Incorporated’s developers, grateful for all the contributions of the open source community, are delighted to give something back.