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`AZGradient` is a completely compatible port of `NSGradient` to iOS, with the only difference being that we use `UIColor` and `CGColorSpaceRef` over `NSColor` and `NSColorSpace`. If you're creative with `(id)` casts, the class should be usable on either platform with no code changes. `AZGradient` is aliased to `NSGradient` on OS X.
+### AZGradientView
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+`AZGradientView` is a view for displaying a layer-backed gradient, powered by `AZGradient`. A given gradient can be drawn with a settable angle or relative center position in a linear or radial style, respectively. All properties inherently support being animated.
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+### AZShadowedTableView
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+`AZShadowedTableView` is a drop-in subclass of `UITableView` that draws shadows at the top and bottom of the view, as well as along the top and bottom of the cells as they scroll. Such a similar effect can be seen in apps like Tweetbot.
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+### AZTableViewCell
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+`AZTableViewCell` allows radical appearance customization for both grouped and plain table view cells only without any special methods other than implementing `-tableView:heightForRowAtIndexPath:`. You can change the background colors/gradients, change the border, add a shadow, or alter the corner radius. All changes animate correctly as a cell moves throughout a table view.
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