The last weeks resources feature a very interesting collection of open source projects to come out of a recent hackathon, a great library providing some very useful utility methods for Objective-C objects, and a library that automatically allows you to use the NSCoding API on your Objective-C objects.
Here are the resources in order of popularity:
News: Interesting Collection Of Open Source Projects From iOSDevCamp 2012 Released – A look at the many interesting open source projects to come out of the latest iOSDevCamp hackathon.
Open Source iOS Library Providing Easy NSObject To JSON/XML Serialization and Conversion To Parse PFObjects – A very useful utility library providing for saving/loading objects to from JSON/XML and using Parse.
Open Source iOS Library Providing Automatic NSCoding Support For Your Objects – A library allowing you to use the NSCoding API on your objects for serialization/deserialization automatically.
To-Do List App Added To Open Source Apps Listing – The excellent Cheddar tasks app featuring a simple interface and synchornization between multiple devices has been open sourced.
Custom iOS Control For Gesture Responsive Page Flipping (Flipboard Style) Between Views – A nice container control that you can place UIViews within and flip through the pages like a book with Flipboard style transitions.
Tutorial: Create An Instagram Style App With Parse User Authorization And Push Notifications – An in-depth tutorial on creating a great looking Instagram style app that uses Parse for the back-end.
Rubymotion iOS SDK Basics Beginner Tutorials – An extensive series of tutorials for those getting started with RubyMotion.
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