Sweet Animator is an Storyboard based project for iPad which uses Segue custom controls to manipulate the Storyboard Child views ( some sort of custom Cover Flow). Views can be added easily, but need's to be separated with ID's.
Demo project contains images in Views with ON/OFF display buttons, but can also hold any type of information.
Demo images used from http://www.ipadwallpaperhd.com/ .
Project itself is well commented and it is quite easy to edit or implement any type of display data.
MAJOR Update to my previous version of Sound recorder now called iRec.
First major update is new graphic interface, now optimized for iPhone and iPad with Retina support.
Second, i’ve added a recording archive, now available for listening of your recordings and edit/delete functions.
Third, added a peak level meter for sound quality check, higher the better.
Fourth, now it’s possible to share your recordings over iTunes, download them and make an archive on Your computer ( i love Mac’s ;).
Overall, big update to the app itself and hope You will love this version even more ;)
Maybe not the most original idea for an app since Sound Recorder comes as an default app on iPhone, but it was fun making it.
It uses an AVFoundation framework along with UIKit, Foundation and CG framework to run this puppy.
Principles are basic but working : Press the recording button, record starts. Anything you say or play in background gets recorded and storaged into created folder Library with an default name recording.caf. Stop button stops the recording process and closes the file generation. Play button pulls the data out of Library folder and plays it on speakers.
Microphone graphic taken from 365psd.com free for usage.
Tic-tac-toe, also called Noughts and crosses (in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, India and the rest of the British Commonwealth countries), is a pencil-and-paper game for two players, X and O, who take turns marking the spaces in a 3×3 grid.
The X player usually goes first. The player who succeeds in placing three respective marks in a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal row wins the game.
The Project code is pretty well commented and structurally organized so You won’t have much problem with customization or Apple approve.
All graphics included are free for use and no need to send me an authorizing mail for approve.