If you’re an iOS developer using Core Data in your app, whether a n00b or expert, you should be using Mogenerator. I mean, really, you *should* be using it. If you don’t, well don’t worry, I’m not only going to tell you why you need it, I’m including a tutorial on how to use it!
MWPhotoBrowser is an implementation of a photo browser similar to the native Photos app in iOS. It can display one or more images by providing either UIImage objects, file paths to images on the device, or URLs to images online. The photo browser handles the downloading and caching of photos from the web seamlessly. Photos can be zoomed and panned, and optional (customisable) captions can be displayed. Works on iOS 3.2+. All strings are localisable so they can be used in apps that support multiple languages.
…and what’s more, there’s courses on Cryptography, Natural Language Processing, and Machine Learning. I’ve just signed up the to NLP and Machine Learning, as they’re astonishingly useful in a project I’m working on right now. Not sure if I’ll be doing the coursework or just the read-along version, but dammit I want that stuff in my head right now.
Writing Kit’s built-in web browser features deep integration with Instapaper. Why would you need it? Simply put, while researching your materials within Writing Kit, you may come across something you want to read outside the app. Instapaper is perfect for this.