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Posted almost 14 years ago by tlrobinson
Over at 280 North, we announced our next product, called Atlas, at the Future of Web Apps conference in Miami this week. Atlas is a visual development tool for creating web applications using the Cappuccino framework. The best way to explain Atlas is to show it: Think Vitamin has an article discussing Atlas in more detail. We’re really [...]
Posted almost 14 years ago by ross
As of this morning, cappuccino.org is now running on a slice graciously provided by Slicehost to the Cappuccino project. We’ve been using Slicehost for some of our development work at 280 North and have been really pleased with the results. During the day, if you see a few odd glitches, they are likely the result [...]
Posted almost 14 years ago by ross
Thomas Balthazar, who’s been doing the recent “This Week in Edge Cappuccino” series (read this week’s post), also started a new site to host screencasts of Cappuccino & Objective-J tutorials. So far he’s created a screencast for the starter tutorial.  We’re all looking forward to seeing more screencasts on the site, and if you want to [...]
Posted almost 14 years ago by tlrobinson
Thomas Balthazar has begun a weekly series of posts describing the latest development in Cappuccino. Be sure to check it out to find out what’s going on.
Posted almost 14 years ago by tlrobinson
As you may know, Cappuccino’s source code is managed using the Git version control system and is hosted on GitHub. Git is a great system for open-source projects, and GitHub makes it even more powerful and easy to use. This week Cappuccino is the featured project on GitHub: We’re honored! Thanks GitHub.
Posted almost 14 years ago by tolmasky
After a lot of hard work, we’re ready to announce Cappuccino 0.6. There’s a ton of great stuff in here so make sure you update your install! Aside from a bunch of bug fixes, some of the most notable changes include: New language addition to Objective-J: The @accessors keyword to eliminate the boiler plate [...]
Posted almost 14 years ago by tolmasky
In a recent post by John Resig, and in many of the comments, there seems to be the mistaken belief that Objective-J was designed to allow existing Objective-C programmers to write code that runs on the web. It’s been compared to GWT, where developers program almost exclusively in Java and are allowed to “circumvent” JavaScript. [...]
Posted about 14 years ago by ross
ThinkVitamin.com is featuring an article by Francisco that goes through the process of adding undo/redo support to an existing application. It uses a “furniture layout” application as the model, and goes through all the steps necessary to make user ... [More] actions undoable. This is a great demonstration of one of the powerful built-in features in Cappuccino, [...] [Less]
Posted about 14 years ago by tlrobinson
Cappuccino is completely server agnostic, meaning Cappuccino applications can be served using any HTTP server (for example Apache, lighttpd, Microsoft IIS, etc) and can communicate with any server side technology over HTTP (Ruby on Rails, Django ... [More] , PHP, ASP, Java, CouchDB, etc). This lets you choose your server-side components based on whatever criteria is important to [...] [Less]
Posted about 14 years ago by ross
In February, we’ll be running a workshop at the Web Directions North conference in Denver. It will be a four hour workshop on getting started with Cappuccino and Objective-J. Here’s a blurb about the workshop: This workshop will get you started on building applications in Cappuccino and Objective-J. Attendees will not be expected to have [...]