Welcome to another edition to the best resources in iOS development featuring the most popular resources on this site in the last two weeks.
This edition is dominated by open source components allowing you to easily use iCloud, create an interactive gridview component, and easily create UITableView’s.
iOS 5 also continues to be a popular topic on this site.
Here are the resources:
Open Source: Library To Automatically Sync NSUserDefaults With iCloud – A very easy to use library that allows you to save a user’s app configuration setup by saving NSUserDefaults to iCloud with just a single line of code.
Open Source: Gridview Component With Movable Cells That Respond To Gestures And More – A gridview component that responds to gestures enabling you to move cells around, zoom in and out on a cell, and perform rotations.
Open Source: Easy UITableView Replacement Library For Quick Table View Creation – A library allowing you to create different types of tableviews and fill them with data with just a few lines of code.
Open Source: View Container For Easily Adding Animated Push, Rotate, And Drag Manipulation – An open source library that allows you to take any view, place it within the container created with this library, and automatically be able to zoom in and out, push, rotate and drag the view.
Tutorial: How To Make Your App Work With The Newsstand – Tutorial illustrating how to add your magazine to the iOS 5 newsstand and set up in app purchases for subscriptions.
Easily Add Real-Time Tournament Multiplayer And More Into Single Player iOS Games – A new service that allows you to take any single player game and turn it into a real time tournament style multiplayer game.
Tutorial: Easily Create A Custom Photo Album And Add Images In iOS 5 – Demonstrates how to use the ALAssetsLibrary added with iOS 5 to create a custom photo album for your apps.
Open Source: Library For Easily Turning HTML Pages Into Interactive iPad and iPhone Books – A popular library that allows you take a set of HTML pages, and automatically turn them into a book app ready for the app store.
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