Whether or not you like the new iOS app store app you might have noticed the great looking tab controls that appear on each app page.
Oliver Poitrey, developer of the popular SDWebImage has created a great user interface control that imitates the look of those tabs.
What’s really great about this control is that it acts as drop in replacement, and extends the UISegmentedControl so you can even use this nice tab control within interface builder.
Here’s an image from the readme showing the tab control in action:
You can find the control SDSegmented Control
A great replacement for many UISegmentedControl.
PopoverView is a simple resolution-independent UIView written entirely in CoreGraphics and QuartzCore for display of modal content on both iPhone and iPad. It can display singular UIView contentViews, arrays of UIViews, display titles, or even allow selection from a list of strings. It is implemented via a very simple static interface that allows you to show the popover with just a single line. All animation, positioning, and memory allocations are handled by the component at runtime. We are releasing under the MIT License.
The original iPhone, iPhone 3G, and first two generations of iPod touch used processors supporting the
armv6 instruction set. However, with the iPhone 3GS, Apple
armv7 instruction set, and the iPhone 5 includes
armv7s. To support older devices while taking advantage of the capabilities of the newer processors, iOS supports