A curated listing of mature, production ready, commercial and open-source code that solves real-world requirements.
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.$749.99+
Simple and easy control to present percentage based information and progression.$29.99+
High-performance code for multi-touch piano keyboard for iPhone and iPad. This MIDI enabled keyboard is ready to plug straight in to your App.$59.99+
A UIView that records real-time video of its subviews and periodically samples the display to create a snapshot screen image. Can now add audio for global sounds and record full screen with or without status bar area. Get app video or device screen snapshots quickly. Includes full source code and a working demo.$39.99+
Complete Xcode project. Ready-made app for a iPhone, iPad or Universal (iPad+iPhone) picture book. Replace existing jpeg images with your own to build an app in minutes. Includes option to add interactive extras such as coloring pages or activity sheets.$24.99+
A clone of the famous UI in Paper by FiftyThree app for iOS with various enhancements.$74.99+
An extendable and configurable select combo box for iOS app interfaces that saves you the work of creating and maintaining one yourself.$39.99+
A simple, highly customisable, data-driven 3D carousel view for iOS devices and Mac OS applications.FREE+
Highly configurable, minimal setup, in-app prompt to rate your application on the app storeFREE+
Core animation framework for navigating data by flipping. Supports 3 interaction modes - triggered, auto and controlled, and 3 content types - blank, image or text.FREE
Automatically check for updates to Mac/iPhone App Store apps from within the app and notify users about the new releaseFREE+
Proposals and in-progress open-source projects, suggested by our community.
Replacement for NSTabView with tab view items that look like the tabs in Safari or Chrome with an integrated close button (i.e., the "x").Support This Idea