AquaticPrime: Secure Your Shareware Applications. RegexKit Framework. Cocos2d. UDK - Unreal Development Kit - Epic Games. Sparkle: a free software update framework for the Mac. Game Development Tool. ParseKit - Cocoa Objective-C Framework for parsing, tokenizing a. GCDrawKit - A complete framework for vector drawing. Flexible and powerful architecture for vector drawing applications Latest News July 15th , 2009 : Beta 6 version is now available for download.
Introduction Cocoa and Quartz provide some powerful fundamental tools for doing drawing and graphics, but they are very low level. Contrast this with Cocoa's NSTextView system - it's almost a complete word processor. DrawKit attempts to do for drawing applications what Cocoa's text system does for text applications. A fully abstracted "drawing" data model Unlimited drawing layersAny number of views can be simultaneously attached to view and edit the drawing A complete hierarchy of classes for vector drawing objectsSpecialised layers for grids, guides and drawing meta-data panels"Real-world" coordinates in millimetres, inches, kilometers or whatever you need A standardized selection mechanism and selection "knobs" just works, but easily customisable. DrawKit is comprehensive, so you won't be able to learn it all in half an hour. Vector types Styles.
Mzarra's ZSync at master - GitHub. Briefs: A Cocoa Touch Framework for Live Wireframes. Mulle kybernetiK - Software. Writing an XML-RPC Client in Objective-C. 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. This library contains a SaxObjC handler which creates XML-RPC objects (XmlRpcRequest, XmlRpcResponse) and coder objects which can produce XML-RPC XML entities from given objects. Notably it allows arbitary objects to get encoded as XML-RPC requests/responses. One option to get an HTTP transport is WORequest and WOResponse in conjunction with the WOHTTPConnection class as contained in libNGObjWeb.
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 next obvious thing we need to do is add the PubSub framework to our app, so right click on Frameworks->Linked Frameworks and go to Add->Existing Frameworks. The PSFeed *newsFeed; will both contain information about our RSS Feed and contain the RSS entries once we've started a refresh.
Most of this doesn't need explanation except for 2 things. Nearest Neighbor Image Unit. 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: hg clone I provide the Nearest Neighbor Image Unit source code under a three-clause BSD license. 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(). Dr. Gregory Parker, Department of Diagnostic Engineering. The good news was that Rick's crash was reliably reproducible. ShiVa 3D Game engine with development tools.
Mattgemmell's MGTwitterEngine at master - GitHub.