Welcome to another listing featuring the last weeks iPhone and iPad app developer resources ordered by popularity.
With WWDC starting and and the official public announcement of iOS 6 coming it’s definitely an exciting time to be an iOS developer.
This week’s top resources include a Core Data editing tool, a nifty effect for Cocos2D games, and a simpler alternative to the full featured open source networking libraries already available.
Here are the last week’s resources:
Tool: Slick Core Data Editor With Objective-C Code Generation – A premium tool allowing you to look at and edit existing core data stores, and automatically generate Objective-C code using mogenerator.
Example: Creating A Magnifying Glass Effect In Cocos2D – A source code example showing how to create a high quality magnifying effect using Cocos2D.
Nice Simple Objective-C Networking Library With A Blocks based API – A networking library that provides an alternative to more complex libraries with a clean blocks based syntax.
Animated, Scrollable Open Source iOS Control To Display Lists Of Data In An Elegant Manner – A control providing an alternative for displaying lists to a basic table view by allowing you to create an elegant scrollable list .
Open Source iOS Control Enables Side By Side TableViews With Horizontal Swiping/Paging – A control allowing you to easily create multiple tableviews side by side and switch between them with swiping or using buttons.
Tutorial: Easy Reverse Geocoding With CLGeocoder – A tutorial demonstrating how to use the forward geocoding capabilities added in iOS 5 with the CLGeocoder class.
Open Source Remix Of The iOS Facebook SDK To Make Things Easier – A complete remix of the iOS Facebook SDK providing a much more logical iOS style API, and adding a blocks based syntax.
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