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Johann Dowa

Top iOS Development Resources – For Week Ended December 16th, 2012

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Welcome to our weekly feature highlighting the most popular new and updated resources from this site from the last week.

This week’s most popular resources a library for querying core data, categories for easy hashing in Objective-C, and a library allowing you to use custom fonts within interface builder.

Here are the week’s most popular resources:

1.  iOS Queryable – A Core Data query library inspired Microsoft’s LINQ enabling a very concise, but readable syntax for creating complex queries. (featured here) (share on Twitter)

2. NSHash – Categories extending NSString and NSData adding the capability of turning them into SHA1, SHA256, or MD5 hashes.  (featured here) (share on Twitter)

3. Google’s New iOS Maps SDK – A news release about Google’s new iOS maps SDK containing links to further information and documentation.  (share on Twitter)

4. FontReplacer – A library allowing you to map interface builder fonts to custom fonts you are using in your app so you can work with custom fonts and interface builder.   (featured here) (share on Twitter)

Thanks for reading!


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