Fantastic Objective-C Frameworks for Fun and Profit!
objclibs.com helps you discover useful and actively developed Objective-C frameworks that best fit your usecase. Want to add your own? Fork this site on GitHub, add your framework to data.js and submit a pull request.
Special thanks to Thomas Fuchs for allowing this shameless copy of microjs.com.
This project was initiated and is supported by XING AG. Thanks!
SUBMITTING NEW LIBRARIES AND FRAMEWORKS:
Want to add your own? Fork this site on GitHub, add your framework to data.js and submit a pull request. When adding your source URL, please use an un-minified file with a name that's unlikely to change (no version numbers).
- Must do something useful, and must not be just a demo
- Must be MIT/BSD-license or similiar
- Add to "data.js"
- Needs a "url" that points to readme/docs & code-download (ideally GitHub)
- Running "make" should work and not return an error. To run make, you'll need node/npm installed.
Using make / build
make deps will run
npm install --dev to install the dependencies of the data compiler.
make compile will run the compiler. The compiler reads data.js and checks the source of
each entry. It will calculate the raw, minified and gzipped sizes of the entries.
You will see warnings where entries need to be checked and errors where entries will be excluded.
If you wish to see details of all entries, you can run the
./build -v command.
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