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Animated progress view with CAGradientLayer

Modern software design is getting flatter and thinner all the time. Another trend that follows suit is the thin, one pixel progress bar that you see at the top of websites and apps. You’ve seen in it on Medium blogs, mobile Safari and other apps on iOS 7. I’m going to show you how to create a component like this to use in your own apps. This particular component I’ve created was inspired by the PHHHOTO website (bottom of the ...

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Objective-C: Cheat Sheet

The ultimate Objective-C tutorial Cheat Sheet to help you with your iOS Development Journey.

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A Collection of Free iOS 7 GUI Kits and Templates

We have compiled a great list of iOS 7 GUI Kits and general files/resources to help you design beautiful native iOS Applications.

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libHN: Cocoa framework for adding HackerNews to your iOS/Mac app

The definitive Cocoa framework for adding HackerNews to your iOS/Mac app. This mini library includes features such as grabbing Posts (including filtering by Top, Ask, New, Jobs, Best), Comments, Logging in, and Submitting new posts/comments!

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SWTableViewCell – Expose Utility Buttons with an easy-to-use UITableViewCell subclass

An easy-to-use UITableViewCell subclass that implements a swipeable content view which exposes utility buttons (similar to iOS 7 Mail Application)

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MZFormSheetController – an alternative to the native iOS UIModalPresentationFormSheet

MZFormSheetController provides an alternative to the native iOS UIModalPresentationFormSheet, adding support for iPhone and additional opportunities to setup controller size and feel form sheet.

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ParcelKit : integrating Core Data with Dropbox using the Dropbox Datastore API.

ParcelKit : integrating Core Data with Dropbox using the Dropbox Datastore API ParcelKit integrates Core Data with Dropbox using the Dropbox Datastore API. Brought to you by the awesome development team:  overcommitted

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iOS Succinctly – FREE e-book

iOS Succinctly is for developers looking to step into the sometimes frightening world of iPhone and iPad app development. Written as the companion to Objective-C Succinctly, this e-book guides you from creating a simple, single page application to managing assets in a complex, multi-scene application.

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