Halide for iOS is an API of additional functionality for iOS developers, including additional classes and methods for string, date/time, numeric, file system, SQLite, and other objects. Super-charge your Xcode and Objective-C development.
There are many additional or overloaded class methods for the existing objects, like NSString. I have yet to document them in any formal way (like my Halide for ASP.NET project) but will over time. In the future, I will also try to assemble a test project that shows a common usage example.
Just include the code files in your project, and #include Halide.h where you'd like to use Halide. Note that you must add link references to the SQLite3 binary (libsqlite3.dylib) and Quartz Core Framework (QuartzCore.framework) to your project.
If you'd like to help make this library better through bug fixes or code additions, let me know through the usual means.
No warranty or guarantee of accuracy, results, or performance is made. Use this code at your own risk.
Halide for iOS is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.