A class that gives you the morphing animation as seen when dragging controls from the palette in Interface Builder 3.
If you need to enable a draggable annotation in MapKit ‘s mapview on platforms prior to iOS 4, these classes will save you days of works, while being future-proof too.
Automatic Core Data change tracking for OS X. It is not a drop-in replacement for NSFetchedResultsController but performs many of the same tasks in relation to managing results from a Core Data fetch and notifying a delegate when objects are inserted, deleted, updated, or moved in order to update the UI.
A class for implementing popovers on Mac OS X 10.5 and 10.6. Intended as a backwards-compatibility layer for later MacOS X releases.
An NSWindow subclass that mimics the appearance of the main window in the Mac App Store application. These modifications consist of enlarging the title bar, and centring the traffic lights (note that this subclass does not handle the creation of a toolbar).
An NSView that displays a file path, not unlike NSPathControl, with built-in support for buttons to show open panels and drag’n drop.
Official UKFilePathView repository (see UKFilePathView.h/.m and UKGraphics.h/.m)
A UISplitViewController replacement for the iPad. It allows displaying the master view in either orientation, toggling it with animation, changing the split from horizontal to vertical, dragging the divider, and more.