UMEKit - A port of UIKit for Mac OS X desktop
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UMEKit -

- What is it?

UMEKit (pronounced "you, me kit") is an open source (Apache-license) Mac OS X Framework written by Todd Ditchendorf for creating iPhone-like user interfaces in Cocoa desktop applications.

- Why is it cool?

The UMEKit API is almost completely identical to Apple's UIKit from iPhone OS, meaning iPhone developers already know the API, and can easily port existing iPhone UI code over to the desktop.

- What's done?

UMEKit currently only implements a subset of UIKit from iPhone OS. Basically, the "navigation stack" classes are all that is currently done: UMEViewController, UMENavigationController, UMENavigationBar, UMENavigationItem, UMEBarButtonItem, UMETabBarController, UMETabBar, UMETabBarItem