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Nick Small Becomes a Cappuccino Committer

A big congratulations to nciagra for becoming a committer to the Cappuccino repository. While we’ve always been taking in contributions from Nick and other community members, this represents the first time someone outside 280 North has been granted...

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Just One File with Cappuccino 0.8

The entire 280 crew just got back from an awesome time at JSConf EU in Berlin, where we got to show off some of the cool new developments coming with Cappuccino 0.8. I wanted to take the time to share one in particular in more depth here: image spriting

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Cappuccino in Checkout 3

Sofa just released the third version of their award winning point of sale software, Checkout. Chances are if you’ve ever seen a Mac behind the counter when you’ve made a purchase, it was running Checkout. Version 3 adds lots of new features, but what...

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Push with Cappuccino and Tornado

Elias Klughammer has taken the time to put together a demo of using the new Tornado web server to bring push to Cappuccino applications. Tornado is a brand new non-blocking server recently open sourced by Facebook which was built to deal with the high...

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Cappuccino Turns One

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Cappuccino officialy turned one last Friday. I suppose that technically Cappuccino is quite a bit older, but a year ago was when we finally released it into the open source community. It’s unbelievable to me that in just one year we went from being...

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Cappuccino 0.7.1 Released

This is maintenance release for 0.7 and includes mainly bug fixes. You can see a complete list of changes in our release notes, or look at a quick summary here:

Summary

  • Improvements to the way nib2cib handles custom classes in nibs.
  • Improvements...

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WWDC: CPCoder Night, hosted by Sofa and 280 North

If you’re in town for WWDC, or happen to be in San Francisco already, stop by CPCoder Night on Monday for a chance to meet 280 North, Sofa, and dozens of other Cappuccino developers. It’s taking place from 7-9PM in the Martini Lounge at Jillian’s,...

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Cappuccino 0.7 Now Available

We’re pleased to announce the immediate release of Cappuccino 0.7, the latest update to the Cappuccino web framework. This release has been five months in the making, and it marks a significant step forward for the project.

0.7 By The Numbers

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Better Objective-J Profiling with Cappuccino 0.7

I’ve written pretty extensively on the changes we’ve been working on in the WebKit profiler to make for a much better experience when using Objective-J here, but long story short if you download the latest WebKit nightlies with Cappuccino 0.7 your...

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Cappuccino 0.7 Beta

A few days ago we posted a beta of the upcoming 0.7 release to github. We sent out some information to the mailing list and posted some info on the wiki as well.

Thomas Balthazar has also recapped a lot of the information in his latest installment...

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