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An attempt to copy the apples UIImagePickerController for the iPhone with dataSource methods so you can use it for remote and in app images.
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JPImagePickerController ======================= JPImagePickerController is the attempt to copy apples UIImagePickerController for the iPhone with dataSource methods, so you can use it for remote images and images bundeld with your app. Author: Jeena Paradies <email@example.com> Licence: MIT-Licence I am trying to host this on github because I hope that other users need this functionality and will help to build upp the whole thing. You're welcome to fork it or help out with debugging and new functionality. How to use ========== Check out the Demo to get an first impression. First you have to implement the JPImagePickerControllerDelegate and the JPImagePickerControllerDataSource prococols. Then allocate a new JPImagePickerController object and set the delegate and dataSource. There is a HTML documentation on that in the demo application, open the Documentation/index.html file in a browser. To use the picker in your own project add the files in the directory Classes to your Xcode project.