iOS 5 added new was to modify the built-in UIKit controls adding a number of customizations, and previously I mentioned a tutorial on how to use the UIKit control customization features on the
Today I came across a library that allows you take things another step further providing a deeper level of customization for UITableView’s, the UINavigationBar and UITabBar.
This library provides a number of you can easily add shadowing, gradients, modify the corners and more.
Here are a couple of screenshots displaying some customized tableview’s and cells:
The Library is PrettyKit from Victor Pena, and can be found
Created as an alternative to UIActionSheet, LeveyPopListView displays a popup window with a selectable list of options.
This project covers a number of fundamental iOS programming concepts – creating and drawing UIViews; building a UITableView with custom UITableViewCells; animation effects with blocks (done when both showing and hiding the popup).
Below is a screenshot of the popup with a list of selectable options.