I’ve mentioned a number of libraries to aid with adding social sharing capabilities within your apps such as ShareKit which allows you to quickly add social sharing within your apps for a wide variety of social networks – and Apple has added this capability for the major social networks.
Here’s a slick user interface control from Camden Fullmer that provides a circular menu interface with icons included for Facebook, Twitter, Google Drive, Pinterest, Dropbox, and Evernote sharing.
About a year ago I mentioned a useful library allowing you to send e-mail via the SMTP and IMAP protocols that automatically handles any message encoding.
Here’s a control allowing you to create a recipient bar styled similar to that found within the Mail App called TURecipientBar from David Beck.
TURecipientBar uses auto layout to keep everything aligned properly, a removable add button, a customizable look and more.
Here’s an image of TURecipientBar in action:
I’ve mentioned a great open source controls produced by Kieran Lafferty in the past for creating Evernote style file folders.
Here’s a new control from Kieran inspired by the Expedia app that allows you to create a dual column image table where each column scrolls at a relative rate to each other, and to the number of images in each column.
As the readme explains the scrolling speed is handled with two separate scroll rates:
I’ve mentioned a number of excellent calendar components most recently this excellent sideways scrolling day picker, and pointed out some great UICollectionView examples the most popular being this example showing how to create a Pinterest style grid view with UICollectionView.
Here’s a good looking calendar component from Evadne Wu called DayFlow that utilizes UICollectionView.
DayFlow provides a good looking monthly calendar within an infinite scrolling setup making it ideal for quickly scrolling through the dates on the iPhone.
iOS UI Control For Easily Creating A Paged Gallery View With Built In Asynchronous Image Downloading
Previously I mentioned the excellent SDWebImage project that provides a handy add-on category for UIImageView enabling easy asynchronous image downloading.
Here’s an open source control from Marcus Kida called KIImagePager for creating a paged image gallery that utilizes SDWebImage for downloading the images.
KIImagePager is inspired by the FourSquare image slideshow, and you can take the control and drop it right into a view very easily using interface builder.