Welcome to another edition of the best resources in iOS development.
This week’s resources feature a useful tool that allows you to convert SVG art (complete with coloring) to Objective-C code, a replacement library for making amazing looking table views with a very concise syntax, and a handy library allowing you to make custom glossy buttons with different shapes and colorings.
Here are the iPhone and iPad developer resources from the past week in order of popularity:
Tool: Convert Your SVG Art To Objective-C Code – A very nice tool that allows you to take SVG art including attributes such as gradients and turn them into Objective-C code.
Open Source iOS UITableView Replacement For Easy Beautifully Designed Table Views – A really nice UITableView replacement that is very easy to use, and creates great looking table views straight out.
Great Open Source iOS Objective-C Library For Creating Highly Customizable Glossy Buttons – A great library allowing you to create buttons with customized colors and shapes.
Open Source iOS UIView Category For Great Looking Easy Fan Fold Style Transitions – An extremely beautiful transition that allows to create an elegant customizable folding transition between UIViews.
Open Source iOS Control For Easy Iconized Modal Popup Menus (Nice UIActionSheet Replacement) – A library that allows you to create popup and easily add iconized menus.
Open Source Library For Easy Box2D Collisions In Cocos2D-iPhone Games (Uses Physics Editor) – A library that allows you to have box2d collisions without needing to make your Cocos2D game a full-fledged Box2D game.
Over 1000 Free Vector Components For Creating Mockups In Keynote – Free hand drawn style components for creating mockups. Tweet required to download.
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