Resty, an Objective-C HTTP framework
Resty is a simple to use HTTP library for iOS and Mac apps, aimed at consuming RESTful web services and APIs.
It uses modern Objective-C language features like blocks to simple asynchronous requests without having to worry about threads, operation queues or repetitive delegation. It is inspired heavily by RestClient, a Ruby HTTP library.
For more information and documentation, check out the project website.
Because Resty relies heavily on Objective-C blocks, it requires a minimum of iOS 4.0 or Mac 10.6.
Resty is distributed as a static framework for iOS and a regular framework Mac; this makes it easy to get up and running with Resty. Simply drop the framework into your project (like any other framework) and add the -ObjC and -all_load linker flags to your target. If your project builds, you should be ready to go.
For detailed information, check out the Resty website.
Using LRResty with ARC projects
A version of LRResty that uses Objective-C Automatic Reference Counting (ARC) is available in the arcified branch. This, like ARC, should be considered experimental. I aim to move over to ARC fully when it is production ready (but without the use of __weak to maintain iOS4 compatibility). I will aim to keep both branches in sync, feature-wise.