A wrapper for the iPhone's C-based AddressBook framework.
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Latest commit 05dc650 Feb 12, 2014 @AlanQuatermain Merge pull request #5 from stephenjames/fix_denied_access
Fix crash when user denies access to address book
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iPhoneContacts.xcodeproj Removed deprecated ABAddressBookCreate() Jul 11, 2013
.gitignore Updated gitignore for Xcode 4 Apr 3, 2011
ABAddressBook.h Added AddressBook did change notification Jun 26, 2011
ABAddressBook.m Fix crash when user denies access to address book Feb 11, 2014
ABAddressBookUI.h
ABAddressBookUI.m Fixed header comments on new files (forgot to setup BSD license header). Jul 4, 2009
ABGroup.h Added ABSource and related source methods Apr 3, 2011
ABGroup.m Revert "Added loading HUD" Jun 26, 2011
ABMultiValue.h
ABMultiValue.m Add description Feb 9, 2010
ABPerson.h updates to ABPerson and ABAddressBook helper function Jun 26, 2011
ABPerson.m updates to ABPerson and ABAddressBook helper function Jun 26, 2011
ABProperties.h
ABRecord.h
ABRecord.m Revert "Added loading HUD" Jun 26, 2011
ABRefInitialization.h Moved API into its own project. Jul 2, 2009
ABSource.h Added ABSource and related source methods Apr 3, 2011
ABSource.m Fixed license header Apr 3, 2011
AddressBook.h Moved API into its own project. Jul 2, 2009
README.textile Added a link to the corresponding Lighthouse project. Jul 2, 2009
iPhoneContacts_Prefix.pch

README.textile

iPhone AddressBook Objective-C Wrapper APIs

The classes in this project implement a (currently lightweight) wrapper around the iPhone’s pure-C AddressBook framework. Currently it simply plays nicely with things like autorelease pools and implements other Objective-C paradigms such as property-based accessors. In the future I hope to make it look and behave in a manner similar to the ObjC AddressBook APIs in Mac OS X.

This project was originally part of AQToolkit. For the brief history of this code prior to the start of this project, see that one.

To file bugs, please see the corresponding Lighthouse project.