Another week has passed and another listing featuring the iPhone and iPad developer resources from this site added in the last week ordered by popularity.
This weeks most popular resources include an incredible framework for those looking to create interactive books on the iPad, a library that enhances Objective-C itself, and an open source iPad user interface control for stacked views.
Here are the resources:
Open Source Cocos2D Based Framework For Creating Highly Interactive iPad Books – A framework for creating books with built in games, quizzes, audio, animation, physics and more.
Open Source Library That Enhances Objective-C (Blocks, Protocols, Categories, More) – A library that enhances the core of Objective-C itself to make the language easier to use.
Open Source iPad Navigation Control For Stacked Views Like The Twitter App – An excellent control for making stacked views for easy navigation on the iPad.
iOS Hierarchy Viewer For Easier User Interface Debugging And Tweaking – A great tool for debugging user interfaces inspired by the Android Hierarchy Viewer.
News: Interactive Version Of Free Beginner iOS App Development Class From iTunesU Offered – A re-offering of the famous Stanford iOS development course this time with added interactivity provided through a messaging system.
News: WWDC 2012 Videos And Sample Code Released – The sessions videos of the recent WWDC sessions have been posted for registered Apple developers along with source code.
Open Source iOS Library That Adds Block Based Callbacks To Map Kit – A map kits helper library that allows you to use a blocks for several Map Kit callbacks.
Open Source Unity Plugin For Easy Dynamic Text – A great plugin for anyone working with Unity allowing you to easily create font based text.
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