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Mugunth Kumar rocks iOS - MKNetworkKit, MKStoreKit and more!

Mugunth Kumar rules iOS with his Frameworks!

Good job Mugunth!

MKNetworkKit
MKNetworkKit is a networking framework written in Objective-C that is seamless, block based, ARC ready and easy to use.
MKNetworkKit is inspired by the other two popular networking frameworks, ASIHTTPRequest and AFNetworking. Marrying the feature set from both, MKNetworkKit throws in a bunch of new features. In addition to this, MKNetworkKit mandates you to write slightly more code than the other frameworks at the expense of code clarity. With MKNetworkKit, it’s hard to write ugly networking code.

MKStoreKit
MKStoreKit started off in a pet project a couple of years ago and I wrote the first version in 2009.
Since then, it has seen tremendous adoption rates that, it has been the “go-to” framework for implementing In-App purchases in any iOS app today.

Besides:
MKiCloudSync
Sync your NSUserDefaults to iCloud automatically

UIKitCategoryAdditions
Block based Category additions for AlertView and ActionSheets

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