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Although the UIColor class comes with built in convenience methods for producing standard colors, most of these colors are too bright and gaudy for any real use other than prototyping. So, here's a category for UIColor that adds 20 new colors that developers may actually want to use in a real app, based off the current trend of flat color schemes. It's called UIColor+MLPFlatColors. UIColor+MLPFlatColors is a category for UIColor that adds class methods to conveniently produce 20 new colors designed for flat or semi-flat interface designs. It also adds some methods for choosing a random color out of these new colors, and a macro for converting hex values to an RGB color.
MAThemeKit provides iOS developers the ability to create a coherent color theme throughout their entire application using a single line of code, removing the need to mess with the dozens of UIAppearance proxies for each UI component. There are two convenience methods provided by MAThemeKit to create UIColor objects from the RGB values or hex strings, for quick and easy creation of color information you might get from photoshop's color picker.
ColorSense is an Xcode plugin that makes working with UIColor (and NSColor) more visual. There are many tools that allow you to insert a UIColor/NSColor from a color picker or by picking a color from the screen. But once you've inserted it, it can be hard to remember which color you're actually looking at in your code because you basically just have a series of numbers.
Drag the included Colours.h and Colours.m files into your project. They are located in the top-level directory. You can see a demo of how to use these with the included Xcode project as well. #import "Colours.h" into the classes you want to use this category in and you're all set.
dlvhex is a prototype solver for HEX-programs which integrate Answer-Set Programs with higher-order reasoning and external computation sources. It comes with a full-fledged plug-in framework for rapid extension development.
Shed is a hex editor written for unix/linux using ncurses, with a friendly pico-style interface. Shows data in ascii, hex, dec, oct and binary, and allows editing in all of these bases. Features also include searching and dumping.
A java hex editor. Standalone application (SWT widgets) and Eclipse plugin. Support for very large files. Hex, Ascii and Unicode find. Overwrite/insert modes. Binary and text cut/copy/paste. Undo/redo.
HECATE. O well done! I commend your pains; And every one shall share i' the gains; And now about the cauldron sing, Live elves and fairies in a ring, Enchanting all that you put in. Hecate is a terminal hex editor unlike any you've ever seen: instead of putting the (ASCII) representation of bytes way out on the right side of the screen, it puts the interpreted values directly beneath the hex representation.
Essentials are a collection of general-purpose classes we found useful in many occasions. This project is bare bones compared to a rich menu offered by Guava or Apache Commons. Essentials is not a framework, it's rather a small set of utilities to make Java standard approaches more convenient or more efficient.
iOS7Colors is a simple category on UIColor which provides you some of the standard colors used throughout iOS 7. Usage is really simple. Just include UIColor+iOS7Colors.h & UIColor+iOS7Colors.m in your project if you're not using cocoapods and import the header file you need the colors.
IOS6 and recent iTunes updates have broken a few features. Sadly, because of a lack of support we have reluctantly decided not to make the needed fixes. If you'd like to maintain the product please contact us. Explore the internal file structure of your iphone (or of a seized phone in the case of forensic teams) using either the iphone's own backup files or (for jail broken iphones) ssh. Viewing of plist, sqlite, and hex are supported. IOS 5 is now supported iOS 6 only partially works at t