With WWDC and another keynote from Apple introducing us to another version of iOS and new products it looks like more good times are coming for iOS developers.
In the last week some open source projects proved to be very popular making for better app promotion, game development, and more.
Here are the resources in order of popularity:
Open Source: Library For Easy App Gifting – A library allowing you to prompt the user and allow them to easily gift your apps to their friends whenever an update or chosen significant event occurs so that you can get your customers to drive sales for you.
Open Source: Extremely Useful Library For Debugging And Perfecting iOS User Interfaces – A great library allowing you to tweak, and debug hard to find errors within a Cocoa Touch UI.
Moai SDK Open Source Lua-Based Game Dev Tool Open For Beta Signups – A new game development kit open for signups that utilizes Lua, and is open source and expandable so you never have to worry about outgrowing the toolkit.
Open Source: Windows Azure Toolkit For iOS – A toolkit developed by Microsoft to allow for easy integration with the Windows Azure cloud computing platform within your apps.
Tutorial: Fetching And Parsing JSON And XML With Simple Reusable Classes – An easy to follow tutorial demonstrating how to communicate with web services using JSON and XML and providing some easy to use reusable classes.
Tutorial: Native iOS Apps With Lua Using iPhone Wax For Beginners – A detailed set of tutorials for those interested in using the open source wax projects to create Lua apps that goes from right from the download through the creation of a simple app.
Open Source: Drop In Solution To Move UITextField Or UITextView When Using Keyboard – A handy drop in replacement for text fields and text views that automatically moves them out of the way whenever the keyboard pops up so the user can see them while editing.
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