Cappuccino is a framework which makes it easy to create advanced web apps. With just a few lines of code you can have an app built with full undo and redo, truly amazing table views, drag and drop and every modern UI appearance and behaviour you might expect on the desktop.Download Cappuccino
When you program in Cappuccino, you don't need to concern yourself with the complexities of document-focused web technologies like HTML, CSS, or even the DOM. Cappuccino is focused on making apps and the unpleasantries of building complex cross browser applications are abstracted away for you.Learn More
Cappuccino's AppKit ships with a huge number of controls, each polished far beyond what's expected on the web. You can quickly build complex apps without reinventing the wheel every time you need a scrollable, sortable, virtual, auto-saves-column-settings table view.
* Fish widget not actually included.
If you have a Mac you can build your Cappuccino user interface in Xcode's Interface Builder, just like you would in Cocoa. Skip the tweak-coordinated-rebuild-test cycle and just place labels and buttons where you need them. The XcodeCapp utility will do the rest.Learn
Beyond the starter pack, Cappuccino comes with a number of tools to make it easy to create new applications. With or without the starter pack, you can install all of Cappuccino and accompanying tools with the following command:
curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/cappuccino/cappuccino/v0.9.9/bootstrap.sh >/tmp/cb.sh && bash /tmp/cb.sh
If you'd like the full source, you can check it out from our GitHub repository, or clone it with this command:
git clone git://github.com/cappuccino/cappuccino.git
Learn more about contributing.
...from what I have experienced using 280 Slides, a future with Cappuccino based-apps is a bright one.Chris Foresman, Ars Technica
...if you use Cappuccino, those apps will automatically look and behave like ... desktop apps - with zero learning curve on the developer's side. He or she can simply focus on building an kick ass app instead of trying to re-invent basic UI functionality every single time.Ryan Carson, Carsonified
I can see the allure of Objective-J / Cappuccino for building desktop-like Web applications. It gives you a very high level abstraction over the browser. No more DOM. No more CSS layouts, which can be the bane of your existence for a complicated and dynamic layout.Dion Almaer, Ajaxian
Here’s a quick update on what’s new with Cappuccino recently.
If you missed the CappCon2016, you can find the story of this amazing day here! Videos and slides have been released.
In a bit of sad news for the Cappuccino Community, Aparajita...
As of last month, Aparajita Fishman has left the Cappuccino project to take on a role at Apple.
Aparajta was one of our longest serving core developers. He joined the team in 2011 and has contributions going back to mid 2010 before that. He contributed...