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PDFTouch SDK

A fast and customizable Objective-C framework for reading and rendering PDF files in iPhone and iPad apps. Build PDF reader apps or use it as a PDF viewer in your existing apps.

Objective-C
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RadioTunes SDK

An audio streaming and recording SDK for iOS with support for the http and mms protocols. Plays mp3, aac, aac+ and wma audio streams. Includes documented Objective-C code of a demo XCode project, demonstrating usage.

Objective-C
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VideoStream SDK for iOS

A powerful video streaming Objective-C framework for iOS devices with support for multiple protocols & formats (mms, http, rtsp, rtmp, mjpeg). Built with FFmpeg, OpenGL ES 2.0 & Apple's AudioUnit.

Objective-C
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Chat - Messaging SDK for iOS

Fully featured customizable Objective-C framework to display and manage message based conversations - similar to Whats App or Messages. Quickly add text, picture and location based messaging functionality to your app.

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New Releases

Quickie - Social Media Sharing for Android Aug 28

Quickie is an android mobile application that can be used as a foundation for a social photo and video sharing application. Package includes full source code, documentation and graphic assets.

Java
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Candy Swift - Match 3 Game Kit for iOS Aug 19

A Universal iOS 8 Match 3 game written in Swift inspired by top selling mobile game Candy Crush Saga.

Swift
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Weather+ ( iOS Weather Forecast App ) Aug 8

Weather+ simple and utility application, that can notify you about current weather forecast . You have options to select notifications at every 8 hours, every 4 hours and every hour.

Objective-C
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Coloring Bundle - 36 Coloring Pages for iOS Aug 1

Build your own coloring app for the iPhone and iPad with this coloring bundle starter-kit. Includes a simple and clean UI, multiple brush sizes and 17 different colors.

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PHP Paypal API class

The simplest way to handle online transactions using PayPal. Get started quickly with Express Checkout, Direct Payments, recurring payments, IPNs and more using this PHP PayPal API class.

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iOS Screen Capture View

A UIView that records real-time video of its subviews and periodically samples its current display to create a snapshot screen image. Can also record full screen with or without status bar area. Get screen snapshots quickly. Includes full source code and a working demo.

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iOS Bar Chart View

Simple and easy control to present data in the form of a bar chart.

Objective-C
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Quickie - Social Media Sharing for Android Aug 28

Quickie is an android mobile application that can be used as a foundation for a social photo and video sharing application. Package includes full source code, documentation and graphic assets.

Java
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Featured Community Reviews

  • jRollingNews

    Great tool for information-tv used on public places or inside buildings (companies). I've been looking for this tool for quite time. Great support, definitelly recomended!

    SI Svetislav Ilic
    Oct 31, 2013
  • Location Based App Starter Kit for iOS

    Great component. I'm very new into iOS programming and I needed something we could use for a non profit organisation. And this component works very good. I created a location based app within a few hours. Just implement this template and then adjust it a little.

    A Alex
    May 27, 2012
  • Chat - Messaging SDK for iOS

    I am an app developer with 15 live apps on the App Store and one that made it to #8 Overall in the U.S. App Store and made it to #1 in various countries around the world. I'm serious about making apps and have spent thousands of dollars buying source code. I know my way around source code and the more I buy, regardless of how cheap or expensive the code, the more I realize it's a coin toss that the source code will actually be as good as you hoped. There's a lot of bad source code being sold out there on various sites that's full of bugs with sellers who have no idea how to fix the code and you end up either wasting money or wasting time. I never expect code to be 100% perfect because people are human and since the sellers / developers don't have every possible device made, in order to test the code, it's easy to miss things here or there. However, what I do expect is that the person selling the code stands behind their code and when problems are pointed out, they don't get defensive and make excuses. Too many times the bad developers blame their bad code on the buyer for not following directions. Those excuses never work on me because I can go through the code and tell them exactly where the problem is and why it's not working. Buying the Chat SDK project from BinPress & DComponents is one of the best experiences I've had with buying code! Ever!! The first thing that stood out was the fact that Ben, the developer, was answering all of the questions on the comments section professionally and clearly. A lot of time you get these angry, testy developers that think their code is flawless and how dare you question anything. With Ben it seemed like he had a cool confidence in what he was selling but also understood there can always be room for improvements and was willing to listen. I contacted him to get the beta version of the Chat SDK app that he had on Test Flight. Once I got everything up and running on my iPhone 5s running iOS 7.0.4, I noticed that the app crashed doing certain tasks. I contacted Ben and he offered to go over the issues with me on Skype. There were no issues with iOS 7.1.1 but I hadn't upgraded yet. After a few minutes, he quickly figured out the problem, fixed it, and had the new version uploaded while we were still chatting. Now that's somebody who knows his stuff! Ben get's the highest marks possible for knowledge and professionalism. Oh and one thing I forgot to mention... we did all of this BEFORE I even bought the code. Somebody who takes that much pride in his code is gold in my book. I was completely sold. As for the code itself, it's as smooth as butter over hot fluffy pancakes. It opens up in Xcode 5.1 with zero Issues and compiles to iOS 7.1 with no errors or warnings. Ahhh... that's nice. Chat Apps are already big but Whatsapp selling for billions of dollars is making this sector even hotter and I think this is the best chat source code out there and I've looked everywhere. I'm looking forward to seeing all the awesome things I can do with this code. The good part is knowing you have a great developer like Ben standing behind it. I hope this was helpful to those who are thinking about buying. I think it's definitely worth it. As soon as I make my 1st project with the code, I'll make sure to post it here. In the meantime, if you want to ask me anything specific that I didn't cover here, hit me on Twitter @GregStorm.

    G Gregory
    May 12, 2014

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