June 29, 2010 in iOS Development (F)
[prMac.com] Vancouver, BC, Canada - The iPhone has continuously been a top seller, and the iPad has now sold over 3,000,000 units in under 3 months. Because of this tremendous success there has been a flood of developers, and enthusiasts looking to create apps for the iPhone and iPad app stores. Many outfits are now teaching iPhone development, however, it can be difficult to obtain real source code examples from apps that have already been in the app store without paying a high price.
ManiacDev has sought to change that and has compiled a list featuring 35 (and counting) open source iPhone apps. This list includes everything from Twitter clients, 3D games, to public transportation tracking apps, and so far the list has been a hit with developers.
"So far it has been a hit with developers, and continues to receive a large amount of visitors. we are amazed at the enthusiasm for these open source iPhone apps. There are many iPhone examples, and a growing number of iPad examples. The best iPad example I've seen is from Wordpress."
Originally the list only contained a handful of applications, but has grown exponentially since originally starting with just eight apps, and now thirty five. This listing has already proven to be a great resource for iPhone and iPad developers.
Located in Vancouver, BC Canada, ManiacDev is a blog featuring news, tutorials and tips specifically for iPhone and iPad developers. The site is maintained by software developer Johann “John” Dowa. Copyright (C) 2010 ManiacDev. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.