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Johann Dowa

Best Resources In iOS Development – July 22nd 2012

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This past weeks top iOS developer resources include a look at how one app that was able to dramatically increase it’s downloads, a conversion of the popular HTML5 example Zenplayer to Objective-C, and a new calendar control

Here are the resources:

How To Get A Massive Increase In Downloads With Some Simple App Store SEO – A look at how one app was able to drastically increase it’s downloads with a little keyword optimization.

Objective-C ZenPlayer: Great Looking Customized iOS Music Player Control – A remake of a popular HTML5 demo in Objective-C showing how to make a simple music player with some great custom buttons.

New Open Source iOS Calendar Component That Improves On Previous Calendar Controls – A calendar component with the capability of selecting dates from multiple months and a nice simple syntax.

Open Source Control For Making Custom Status Bars With Built In Progress Indication – A useful control for making status bars that include the capability of displaying progress.

Free Service For Easy Secure Validation Of iOS In-App Purchases – A service for easy secure encrypted validation of in-app purchase receipts.

Lightweight Objective-C Active Record Implementation For Managing Core Data Objects – A very lightweight Ruby On Rails inspired library for working with Core Data.

Using AFNetworking/JSON To Build Instagram Style App With A Web-Based Backend – A tutorial demonstrating how to use the popular AFNetworking library to create an app with a PHP backend.

Open Source Custom iOS Slimey Style Pull-To-Refresh Control – An iOS 6 inspired pull-to-refresh control similar to that found in the Mail app.

AFNetworking Add-On Library For Easy Download Resumption And Progress Checking – An AFNetworking add-on providing much easier download resumption and more.

Xcode Template For Easily Creating iOS Adobe Air Native Extensions (ANE) – An Xcode template providing a sample air native extension in Xcode so that you can easily create your own extensions.

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