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Cappuccino version 0.5.5 released

I’m pleased to announce the release of the second update to Cappuccino since it was made available last month, version 0.5.5.

Even more exciting is the fact that this release includes our first user contributions. We’re glad these individuals were...

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The Cappuccino and Objective-J Build Tools

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

This article is a high level overview of the current Cappuccino and Objective-J build tools. Subsequent posts will cover each tool in more detail.

One...

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Using Xcode to develop in Cappuccino

After the creation of Objective-J, one of the first things Francisco did was write a new mode for his favorite text editor, SubEthaEdit. It was immediately obvious that we should try to make our favorite development environment as productive as possible...

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Lights Off - Porting the iPhone app to Cappuccino

A couple days ago, Steven Troughton-Smith decided to try his luck at Cappuccino. With a background in Cocoa programming, and recent work on rewriting Lights Off for the iPhone (the game originally released by Lucas Newman for jailbroken phones), he...

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Cappuccino at AJAX Experience, September 30

Our very own Francisco Tolmasky is speaking at the upcoming AJAX Experience conference on September 30th in Boston.

Francisco will be presenting a brief overview of Cappuccino during a 5 minute lightning talk (11:05-11:10 am), as well as a full length...

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1 Week, 10,000 Downloads Later

It’s been an exciting first week for the Cappuccino Open Source project. We’ve gotten over 10,000 downloads of the frameworks so far and counting. We’ve already been getting bug reports, patches, and even additional documentation from the community...

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Announcing Cappuccino

It is our great pleasure to finally release Objective-J and Cappuccino to the open source community today. We’ve been working hard on this, and we’re incredibly excited to get it into people’s hands and start seeing what they can do with it.

Objective...

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