It’s been a pretty interesting week with the release of iOS 6, and all sorts of new features coming. While no iPhone 5 was announced yet there are some great new features coming in the update.
This weeks top resource include a beautiful control for list display, a library for easily displaying rich text, and an open source component inspired by the Path 2.0 app.
Here are the resources in order of popularity:
Open Source iOS Control For Quickly Creating A Beautiful Circular Scrollable List – This is an update to a control mentioned last week for listing information that looks terrific.
Open Source Full Featured Objective-C Rich Text Library W/Image Support From Hulu – A first rate library for easily creating views with rich text and images using an html/css syntax.
Open Source Control For Easily Creating A Path 2.0 App Style Doorway Effect – A component for adding a very slick doorway effect on app start into iPhone and iPad apps.
UIImagePickerController And Core Image Basics: Building An Instagram Style iOS App – A step by step tutorial for beginners to UIImagePickerControl and Core Image in which you’ll learn to take pictures and apply photo filters.
Tutorial: How To Make A Line Graph, Bar Chart And Pie Chart With Core Plot – A tutorial demonstrating the basics of how to use the open source charting library core plot.
Open Source Tween Library W/Concise UIView Animation Syntax And Ability To Tween Any Numeric Value – A tween library allowing you to easily animate UIViews.
Examples: How To Integrate Cocos2D-X With The iOS SDK’s UIKit – A tutorial showing how to integrate the C++ Cocos2D-X with UIKit both by placing Cocos2D-X within UIKit, and using UIKit elements within a Cocos2D-X app.
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