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Announcing the swissinfo iPhone Application!

We are thrilled to announce the general availability of version 2.0 of the swissinfo application, this time bundled as a Universal Application, including an iPhone version together with the iPad version! This app includes articles, high quality videos, audio slideshows, podcasts and galleries from the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation. Designed for maximum comfort, the app also [...]

Senbei 1.3 hits the App Store!

Our application Senbei has been updated to version 1.3! Senbei is the iPhone client of the popular Fat Free CRM application by Michael Dvorkin, written in Ruby on Rails. In this version we have updated the code for compatibility with iOS 4.0 and later, and also with graphics that take advantage of the latest Retina [...]

Notitas 2.0 – A Major Milestone!

Notitas 2.0 has been approved during the weekend, and is available in the App Store! This is a major revision of our review-winning application, including a much awaited adaptation to the iPad! That’s right, you can now create, read and edit your notes directly on the iPad. This new application is as simple to use [...]

RooiFonts 1.1 – in the App Store!

The update frenzy continues! This is a long due update, one that we have been pushing back for a while; finally, RooiFonts 1.1 is ready to be downloaded from the App Store! RooiFonts our popular font viewer that allows users to browse, compare, share and learn about the fonts installed in iOS. This new version [...]

More nib2objc fun

There are many things that I wanted to do with nib2objc since day one, but of course sometimes you just don’t have the time to implement them all. But here go two new additions to the project, that will make nib2objc even simpler and more fun to use: a Mac application and a Mac OS [...]

nib2objc updated

I’ve just committed version 1.2 of nib2objc to Github with the following enhancements: Compatibility with Xcode 3.2.3 and the latest iPhone SDKs; In debug mode, the tool generates stub comments for properties not currently recognized; Provides much nicer variable names; instead of “view24″ you get “button53″ or “tableview34″; those names are also used in the [...]