Previously I mentioned the extensive QuickDialog library providing a nice way for creating table view based forms which has had a few issues with iOS 7.
Here’s a library from Nick Lockwood called FXForms that allows you to create table based forms with a very clean easy to use syntax.
Here’s a library from Antonio Casero allowing you to make highly customizable buttons with a variety of styles called ACPButton.
ACPButton allows you to customize button colors and sizes, make flat styled buttons, buttons using gradients, border rounding, and more. You can also create buttons with resizable images.
Previously I mentioned the excellent Xcode Injection plugin from John Hollandsworth allowing runtime code injection.
Here’s another great tool from John that comes in the form of a library called Xtrace that lets you see exactly what is happening with a class.
Xtrace allows you to easily log all method calls to a class or a particular class instance and return values sent.
I’ve mentioned the Appirater library which provides a wide number of options for prompting users to rate your app.
Here’s a library submitted by Ricardo Funk that allows you to easily set up a rate me prompt that shows up after a specific number of days called RFRateMe.
You simply need to include the library within the app, and use:
Previously I mentioned the IGHTMLQuery library inspired by NokoGiri and JQuery allowing you to query HTML by XPath and chain commands.
Here’s a Nokogiri inspired open source HTML and XML parsing library from Mattt Thompson called Ono with a nice set of features.
Some of the features of Ono include:
- Support for queries using XPath & CSS selectors
- Easy access of attributes by name
- Easy date conversion, and access to date information
- Support for namespaces
- Blocks based callbacks for query results
- Error handling