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Introducing Cappuccino-Project.org 2013

We’re extremely excited to today unveil the new Cappuccino project website. We’ve been hard at work with this site for quite a while now, and we think it represents a major step forward for Cappuccino as an open source project.

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Objective-J 2.0, Continuous Integration and 0.9.6 RC2

The Cappuccino community is buzzing with activity. Here’s a recap of recent news.

Followers of the mailing list will know that work on Objective-J 2.0 is in full swing. This improved compiler which will generate much faster execution performance for...

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Cleaning up our GitHub Issues

We’re very pleased to today announce our new Cappuccino Issue Reviewers. You might already have seen them cleaning up the issue backlog over at GitHub, sometimes closing already fixed bugs, sometimes tagging and structuring up languishing issues.

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Cappuccino News

New features

  • Basic support has been added for NSDateFormatter in nib2cib. (Alexander Ljungberg)

  • Lazy support for bytes() and base64() added to CFData, +dataWithBytes and +dataWithBase64 methods added to CPData. (cacaodev)

  • capp_lint has been added...

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Cappuccino News

If you have news about new projects in which Cappuccino is being used — internal or external — be sure to let everyone know!

Please pay special attention to the Fixes & Changes section, there may be changes that will affect your code.

New Features

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Cappuccino News

What’s new in Cappuccino in the past two weeks:

  • Some major new features have been added to nib2cib:

    • nib2cib now supports User Defined Runtime Attributes in Interface Builder.
    • nib2cib now supports userland NS classes. This is a huge new feature...

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Cappuccino 0.9.5

Today we are extremely excited to announce Cappuccino 0.9.5, featuring over 90 new features and improvements in addition to numerous bug fixes. Here are some of the new features we think you’ll really like.

Modern scrollbars

Cappuccino now features...

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Cappuccino Training Course: iDeveloper TV

I’ve been a big fan of Cappuccino since late 2009 and have written and spoken about it pretty extensively. This past July I went to sunny Tetbury, UK to record a video course entitled “Cappuccino for Cocoa Developers.” Here’s some background on how...

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We're now cappuccino/cappuccino on GitHub

The main Cappuccino repository has been renamed. What used to be: 280north/cappuccino is now cappuccino/cappuccino. 280north/cappuccino is a fork of the new main repository, which means old links will continue to work.

You can find the new repository...

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CappCon 2011: Success!

The first ever Cappuccino conference was a massive success. CappCon 2011 had a diverse set of attendees from six different continents and included both speakers and sponsors from Pixar, Google, Sofa, Push Pop Press, Shopify, and many others. The overall...

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