Archive for category iPhone

Google APIs Client Library

Written by Google, this library is a flexible and efficient Objective-C framework for accessing JSON APIs. This is the recommended library for accessing JSON-based Google APIs for iOS and Mac OS X applications.

Official Google APIs Client Library repository

CouchCocoa

An Objective-C API To Apache CouchDB.

Official CouchCocoa repository

S7GraphView

A UIView subclass for drawing graphs.

Official S7GraphView repository

PSPDFKit

A drop-in-ready framework that helps in almost every aspect of PDF-rendering on iOS, including Table of contents parsing, annotations, display, zoom, thumbnails, text extraction, pages of different sizes and search.

Official PSPDFKit web site

KKGridView

A grid view class for iOS, like a UITableView where several items can be presented on one row (think Photos.app).

Official KKGridView repository

TPMultiLayoutViewController

A drop-in UIViewController subclass that automatically manages switching between different view layouts for portrait and landscape orientations.

Official TPMultiLayoutViewController repository
Blog post about TPMultiLayoutViewController

DBSignupViewController

A view that shows several edit fields to let the user enter name, address, provide a picture etc. for signing up to a web service.

Official DBSignupViewController

LogPoints

Advanced logging toolkit that supports filtering, doesn’t require format strings, supports log levels etc.

Official EngineRoom repository

Diff Match Patch Objective C

The Diff Match and Patch libraries offer robust algorithms to

  • Compare two blocks of plain text and efficiently return a list of differences.
  • Find a search string’s best fuzzy match in a block of plain text, weighted for both accuracy and location.
  • Apply a list of patches onto plain text using best-effort to apply patch even when the underlying text doesn’t match.

Official Diff Match Patch web site

Official Diff Match Patch Objective C repository

MagicalRecord

An implementation of the active record pattern on top of Core Data, inspired by Ruby on Rail’s active record fetching.

Official MagicalRecord repository