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New Cappuccino Automatic Layout Tutorial

This new tutorial covers Cappuccino’s powerful system of automatic resizing and repositioning support for creating dynamic layouts easily and quickly.  Proper resizing behavior is an important part of polishing any application, so make sure to check...

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Cappuccino Tools: "bake"

Note: please check the tools page on the wiki for the latest information on Cappuccino’s tools.

In the final installment of the Cappuccino Tool article series (for now), we cover “bake”, an automatic deployment tool. Writing a Cappuccino application...

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Synthesizing Accessor Methods

Yesterday, Francisco and Tom checked in a new feature to the Cappuccino git repository, called accessor synthesizing. This is a new language feature for Objective-J, and its designed to reduce the amount of boilerplate code developers have to write...

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New Scrapbook Tutorial

We’ve just finished the latest installment in the Scrapbook Tutorial Series.  In Part II, we cover adding drag and drop to the application so that can begin allowing the user to start generating content.  In the process we cover a number of other Cappuccino...

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Web Pages and Web Programs

One of the best practices in modern web design is the concept of graceful degradation (or, if you prefer, progressive enhancement). The basic idea is that when a feature or section on your web page is not compatible with a particular browser, a simpler...

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Cappuccino Tools: “press”

Note: please check the tools page on the wiki for the latest information on Cappuccino’s tools.

In the third installment of the build tools series we tackle one of the most advanced build tools: press. Recall from the overview that “press” is a tool...

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Cappuccino Tools: "objjc" and "steam"

Note: please check the tools page on the wiki for the latest information on Cappuccino’s tools.

In our previous post on the Cappuccino build tools we summarized the purpose of four of the tools. In this article we’ll dive deeper into two of them,...

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Francisco's talk at FOWA London

If you were in London last week at the Future of Web Apps conference put on by Carsonified, you may have had the opportunity to see our very own Francisco Tolmasky talk about Objective-J, Cappuccino, and, well, the future of web apps.

Thankfully,...

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XMLHTTPRequest, JSONP & Cappuccino

If you’re a veteran web developer, you’re probably familiar with the XMLHTTPRequest (XHR for short), the bread and butter of “AJAX”. XHRs are what make dynamic applications that don’t reload the page possible. For an application framework like Cappuccino...

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Cappuccino World Tour Continues: FOWA London

In the last few months we’ve hit San Francisco, Chicago, Boston, and now London! Francisco is speaking about Cappuccino at Future of Web Apps in London this week.

If you’re lucky enough to be attending FOWA, make sure to catch his talk tomorrow (October...

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