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Category Archive for 'Objective-C'

Might be worth following..

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More news

Update: ugh! There were some bugs that escaped beta so I’ve decided to pull back this release and do some more testing. A download of the previous version is available on the site if you wish to rollback (your old data will still be intact). If you want to join the beta program, then contact [...]

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Just a quick reminder that the Sydney Cocoa Users Group meeting is happening this week: When: Thu July 31st, 7:30PM Where: James Squire Brewhouse, Darling Harbour. There’s a new, rather tasty, seasonal beer on tap: “Pepperberry” – I hope to sink a few pints with some of you there!

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First iPhone app

I just submitted my first iPhone app to the App Store – it’s called “Conversion” and is a simple unit converter (exciting stuff, I know). Now we play the waiting game to see if it’ll be accepted… (Jason: I believe you now owe me a chicken dinner)

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Cocoa Developers in Sydney?

Hey folks, In preparation for another Sydney Cocoa Developers meetup, I’m trying to build a list of Cocoa Developers/Companies that have any kind of presence here in Sydney. So far, it’s pretty dismal: Realmac Software The Little App Factory Coriolis Me! Aaron If you are a company or individual developing Cocoa applications, could you leave [...]

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Mogenator

My friend Jeremy pointed me at this little utility today. genius..

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1337 Again

Is NNW trying to tell me something (other than I have way too many RSS articles to digest)? Could this year be the year I have some success with Cocoa Dev?

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ObjectLibrary

Re-usable Cocoa classes that can be mixed, matched, and dropped fairly easily into existing Cocoa projects to add useful functionality.  Link.

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I’ve just noticed that Scott has finished his redesign of Cocoa Dev Central, and it’s looking pretty sharp. Judge for yourself.

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Sparkle

Sparkle is a module that developers can stick in their Cocoa applications to get instant self-update functionality. Your app will be able to update itself, not just check for new versions: it’ll read the update information from an appcast on your server, download, extract, install, restart, and even offer to show the users release notes [...]

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