Open source software is a really big thing and I'm a great fan of it. I like to use third party controls, I like to contribute pushing other devs software forward and I feel a need to give something back by extracting the one or another line of code of private projects encapsulating in own controls.
Podlive for macOS
A Navigation Controller for macOS that acts mostly like the counterpart on iOS -
UINavigationController, using the excact method naming (with some additions).
CCNStatusItem is a subclass of
NSObject acting as a custom
NSStatusItem. Running on Yosemite it has full
support for the class
NSStatusBarButton which is provided by
NSStatusItem via the button property. You can use custom views or just an image.
When you click on an CCNStatusItem it presents an animated popover with your viewcontroller as content. There are several animation and configuration options available.
CCNPreferencesWindowController is an Objective-C subclass of
NSWindowController that automatically manages your custom view
controllers for handling app preferences.
CCNLaunchAtLoginItem is a Objective-C class that encapsulates the functionality for launching a Mac application automatically on login,
presented in a very simple interface.
Note: This control ONLY works in non-sandboxed apps! Using it in software for the Mac App Store will end up in rejection.
CNUserNotification is a kind of proxy to give MacOS Lion 10.7 „the same‟ support for user notifications like macOS Mountain Lion 10.8 does.
Benefits are also a bit more flexibility since you are able to define a custom banner image or variable dismiss delay times.
uses a fake notification center that runs just per application. The class design and all method signatures are similar to their counterparts of
CNGridView is a (wanna be) replacement for
NSCollectionView. It has full delegate and dataSource support with method calls
like known from
Note: At the moment it is on hold - aka not actively under development.
CNBackstageController is an derivative of
NSWindowController and a special impelementation to show you the content you would
like to see. The goal of
CNBackstageController is to provide the developer a slightly different interface for presenting an application.
It mimics the behavior you’ve just seen in Notification Center of Mountain Lion. Instead of showing a normal window and menu bar an application build
CNBackstageController offer you a behind the Finder-like desktop and will be shown with smooth animations. The common use is an application nested as a
statusbar item that is not visible in the Dock.
Note: This was a proof of concept and never found a place in a real application. Therefore it's no longer supported and development has been discontinued!