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Articles tagged "update"

Cappuccino News 2014 July 14th

Here's a quick update on what's new with Cappuccino for the last two weeks.

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Cappuccino News

Here's a quick update on what's new with Cappuccino this past month.

New features

  • Some major features have been added to xCodeCapp:
    • xCodeCapp has been upgraded to version 3.1.
    • You can update Cappuccino from xCodeCapp.
    • You can check the code style (capp_lint) of the current project from xCodeCapp.

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Cappuccino 0.9.7

After nearly a year's worth of work we are truly excited to introduce Cappuccino 0.9.7, a major update to the Cappuccino framework featuring a massive number of new features.

Since Cappuccino is such a wide framework, ranging from a low foundations such as our Objective-J compiler, all the way up to the full featured, fully themable UI kit AppKit, it's incredibly hard to summarise all the changes. But here's our best stab at it:

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Pass by Reference

Objective-J 2.0 now supports pass by reference using the new @ref and @deref syntax. Pass by reference allows you to store a reference to a variable in a different variable and then to pass it around. Among other things this makes it possible to send a message which returns multiple values (one as the return value, and an arbitrary number as output variables).

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Dictionary Literals

Support for dictionary literals has today been added to Objective-J 2.0 in Cappuccino master. A dictionary literal allows you to allocate a CPDictionary with specific contents in a concise and readable manner.

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Cappuccino 0.9.6

Cappuccino 0.9.6 is a stable build of Cappuccino for those of you not yet ready to update to Objective-J 2.0.

Should I get Cappuccino 0.9.6?

Are any of the following true?

  • I need a stable build.
  • I am currently using Cappuccino 0.9.5, 0.9.6-RC1 or 0.9.6-RC2.

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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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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 to the Tools directory. capp_lint is a command-line tool to check code conformance with the Cappuccino style conventions. Anyone submitting pull requests should use capp_lint. Note that if you use the SublimeLinter plugin with Sublime Text 2, capp_lint is built in. (Aparajita Fishman)

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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 new scrollbars which fade away automatically when not in use, giving more space for the content of your scroll views. If the user's browser does not support or use overlay scrollbars, Cappuccino automatically detects it and falls back to old style scrollbars.

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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 at http://cappcon.org.

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