aquaticprime What is it? The is a secure registration method for your shareware applications, released as free open-source software. How is this possible? AquaticPrime: Secure Your Shareware Applications
news August 12, 2012: cocos2d 0.5.5 available. Adds basic support for TMX maps, supports particles even in weak hardware, fixes bugs. See the changelog here. cocos2d
What is UDK? The Unreal Development Kit is the free edition of Unreal Engine 3 that provides access to the award-winning 3D game engine and professional toolset used in blockbuster video game development, architectural visualization, mobile game development, 3D rendering, digital films and more. Who is it for? Unreal Engine technology is used by game developers, researchers, television studios, machinima directors, artists and students.
Sparkle is an easy-to-use software update framework for Cocoa developers. But this little framework's got a lot of features packed inside! Check 'em out: Sparkle: a free software update framework for the Mac
ParseKit - Cocoa Objective-C Framework for parsing, tokenizing a ParseKit ParseKit is a Mac OS X Framework written by Todd Ditchendorf in Objective-C and released under the Apache 2 Open Source License. ParseKit is suitable for use on Mac OS X Leopard and later or iOS. ParseKit is an Objective-C is heavily influced by ANTLR by Terence Parr and "Building Parsers with Java" by Steven John Metsker.
Flexible and powerful architecture for vector drawing applications Latest News July 15th , 2009 : Beta 6 version is now available for download. GCDrawKit - A complete framework for vector drawing
mzarra's ZSync at master - GitHub
Professional Prototypes — Powerful Mockups Lifeless mockups don’t tell the entire story, but you don’t have time to build a prototype. We’ve been there, too. MartianCraft’s clients are some of the most demanding companies in the world. Your clients need a clear picture, so give them something to touch. Create a brief and you can hand your designs to people in a way they can play with.
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A small introduction on how to access XML-RPC webservices in Objective-C using NGXmlRpc. The frameworks ... The XML-RPC support in SOPE is scattered in some frameworks (for some good reasons ;-) They are: libXmlRpc, libNGObjWeb and libNGXmlRpc. The XML parsing is actually done in sope-xml/XmlRpc. Writing an XML-RPC Client in Objective-C
ktuikit - Project Hosting on Google Code WARNING: This version of the project is not compatible with the previous version. If you need the source to the previous version, you can download it here. Also, if you already have a working copy of KTUIKit, I suggest deleting it and checking out a fresh copy. KTUIKit Interface Builder Plugin Layout Inspector Enhancements:
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The Project Page for this articles project is on github at http://github.com/Machx/FeedViewer you can grab the source code with git by entering the following command in terminal.... git clone git://github.com/Machx/FeedViewer.git The PubSub Framework is one of those lesser known Frameworks that Apple introduced in Leopard. It has the ability to parse RSS & ATOM feeds and automatically generate KVO compliant Objective-C objects which you can inspect & enumerate through in your Application. You can even get access to Safari's or Mail.apps RSS feeds and display them in your application. Recently on StackOverflow someone was complaining that there really wasn't an example project showing how you can use PubSub. The PubSub Framework: Using RSS Feeds in your App
Description This is a plug-in for all applications that use Core Image (including Acorn, Pixelmator, and Opacity) to provide the ability to perform nearest-neighbor scaling. Example: This image is scaled to 10× its original size. Mercurial repository If you want to contribute bug-fixes or enhancements to the Nearest Neighbor Image Unit, the easiest way to do that is to clone the Mercurial repository for the Nearest Neighbor Image Unit. To do this, type this command into a terminal: Nearest Neighbor Image Unit
Hamster Emporium Last week, Rick Ballard came by my office for a consult. He had caught Xcode at a crash in objc_msgSend(). The crash looked like an intermittent problem that had been plaguing Xcode for months. So he called the local expert on debugging objc_msgSend().
mattgemmell's MGTwitterEngine at master - GitHub