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CappCon 2011 Update: SOLD OUT!

If you haven’t been paying attention, we’re holding the first ever Cappuccino conference in just 10 days in San Francisco! Today, we sold our last tickets to the event! We do have a wait list, and we’re trying to figure out how to add more tickets...

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CappCon Tickets Now Available!

CappCon 2011 is shaping up nicely with some great speakers including legendary indie developer Wolf Rentzsch, Pete LePage from Google, Jorn van Dijk of Sofa, and of course many others.

Tickets for CappCon are now available along with more details...

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CappCon 2011

Hey everybody,

We’re excited to announce the first ever full-blown conference dedicated to Cappuccino: CappCon 2011.

It’ll be in San Francisco, June 11-12. That’s the weekend after WWDC, so for those of you coming for that, be sure to extend your...

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Cappuccino 0.9

We’re really excited to announce the next major release of Cappuccino, Version 0.9. This massive release includes several killer new components, exciting new features for existing components, and of course a number of bug fixes. Here’s a brief overview...

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Cappuccino Apps on the Web Store

Yesterday Google announced their revolutionary web store. We’re super excited about this and thrilled that there are already eight Cappuccino apps on the web store today.

We’re really proud of these applications built with Cappuccino. If we’ve missed...

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Mockingbird 1.0 Released

Mockingbird 1.0 was released today by the folks at Some Character, LLC. If you’ve been following the work Saikat Chakrabarti and Sheena Pakanati have been doing on Mockingbird you’ll know how much effort they’ve put into the project. The duo has...

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App Spotlight: PicsEngine

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Today Michael Villar has released Version 4.0 of PicsEngine, a photo management utility. Version 4.0 has been completely rewritten making use of Cappuccino for the photo administration. This beautiful new application features an entirely custom UI...

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GitHub Issues Update

Three months ago we were thrilled to announce the introduction of our front end to GitHub Issues. Since then we have worked on specific bugs in the applications and added small features here and there.

Today we are excited to announce the first major...

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Community Highlights: Adventures in localizing a Cappuccino Application

Community Highlights: Using Cappuccino to build the MemoryMiner Web Viewer

Back with a second post is John Fox, creator of MemoryMiner, a digital storytelling application for Mac OS X. John writes about the steps he took to localize his Cappuccino...

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NativeHost: Run your Cappuccino applications on the desktop

Today we’re adding an exciting new open source component to the repertoire of Cappuccino tools. If you’ve checked out out any of the Atlas betas, you’re probably aware that they’re distributed as a desktop application. What you may not know is that...

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