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03 Jun 2009, 17:46
Brad Hutchins (142 posts)

Neat, neat language and concepts. With an awesome idea of a User Interface builder (Atlas).

Language was just released 0.7 (GA) around 5/20/09. The entire team is going to be at WWDC 2009 next week so keep your eyes peeled for some potential announcements (especially involving Atlas).

Cappuccino Orginization site: http://cappuccino.org/

The Atlas GUI IDE (based off of Xcode and IB) http://280atlas.com/

FOWA 2009 presentation (this has more then the presentation above) http://events.carsonified.com/fowa/2009/miami/videos/atlas-demo

Free Screen Casts http://cappuccinocasts.com/

One of the lead developers is working with the WebKit team to increase the ease of JavaScript debuging. http://www.alertdebugging.com/2009/04/29/building-a-better-javascript-profiler-with-webkit/

The company web site with there pilot product built with this technology. http://www.280north.com/

And finally, the first non 280 North full blown application build with Cappuccino (still beta though)

“My new startup project is written in Cappuccino, so I thought I’d share with you all:”

“It’s for tracking real-world events in real-time, so I’m going to start promoting it this week in anticipation of the WWDC Keynote. It’s using JSONP served from Amazon S3, so hopefully it will be able to scale very quickly.” – David (no not Dave Thomas)

http://almost.at

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06 Jun 2009, 23:27
Brad Hutchins (142 posts)

Ah found another intro video from JSCONF 2009 http://www.jsconf2009.com/francisco_video.html

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08 Aug 2009, 21:37
Brad Hutchins (142 posts)

Another interview with the Team.
Yes they do talk about Atlas… The Interface Builder for web apps. http://pomcast.com/2009/08/05/76-cappuccino/

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08 Aug 2009, 22:49
Brad Hutchins (142 posts)

Also… forgot… Beta, second major non 280-North, Cappuccino Web App. http://www.timetableapp.com

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20 Aug 2009, 21:28
Anthony Cagle (1 post)

I’d like to second Brad Hutchins suggestion for an Objective-J and Cappuccino book. This framework has real potential for developing fully functional clients for Restful webservices.

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24 Sep 2009, 20:44
Brad Hutchins (142 posts)

There should be an announcement of some type at FOWA London 2009. Dates Sept 30 - Oct 02.

Check here for Streaming video recordings. http://events.carsonified.com/fowa/2009/london

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07 Oct 2009, 16:51
Brad Hutchins (142 posts)

Video from FOWA 2009 London… Beta available Nov 15th

http://carsonified.com/blog/web-apps/introducing-atlas-a-visual-development-tool-for-creating-web-apps/

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11 Nov 2009, 21:03
Brad Hutchins (142 posts)

Cappuccino getting ready to go to 0.8 and will implement single file loading for significant speed increases. http://cappuccino.org/discuss/2009/11/11/just-one-file-with-cappuccino-0-8/

Atlas Beta program Launches 11/15/09 http://280atlas.com/beta.php

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16 Nov 2009, 01:30
Brad Hutchins (142 posts)

Beta is out… Some components are missing because of the way they wanted to rebuild various pieces of the app (probably HTML 5 stuff, in addition to other things). Sign up and purchase Beta at… https://atlas-beta.heroku.com/users/new

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08 Dec 2009, 04:39
Brad Hutchins (142 posts)

Atlas in now in its 8th beta as of 12/5.
It started out as Beta 3 and progressed quickly with bug reports being filed left and right.

Cappuccino 0.8 is do soon they just want to get everything working with the new JAKE build tool instead of the Rails RAKE build tool they had been using. Once the branches merge is when most likely we will see Cap 0.8.

The web design firm “Sofa” that is designing many of the GUI elements, has redone the menu system, and it looks great.

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30 Jan 2010, 20:25
Calvin Stephens (7 posts)

I would also like a book on Objective-J and Cappuccino!

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04 Feb 2010, 03:41
chad eubanks (3 posts)

This would be an excellent book for the Pragmatic Series and would be a nice transition for Objective C developers. Please make this happen. Better yet add this to your Pragmatic Studios!

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01 Mar 2010, 17:57
Loïc Boutet (1 post)

I second the demand, a cappuccino book would be absolutely great, and I do not see anyone who could do it better than pragprog !

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12 Mar 2010, 04:57
Paul Sabourenkov (1 post)

Yep, I would love to see a book on Objective-J and Cappuccino.

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25 Mar 2010, 03:26
aseeon (1 post)

Yup, definitely a good idea for a pragmatic book!

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01 Apr 2010, 17:20
Brad Hutchins (142 posts)

Cappuccino is on the verge of jumping to ver 0.8 with several augments… Not the least of which is Memory management to help curtail some of the shortcoming of JavaScript. The Management is manual. But many programmers prefer it that way, since with an automatic system, you don’t know exactly when the memory is going to be freed up.

http://cappuccino.org/discuss/2010/04/01/solving-the-javascript-memory-management-problem/

As of today 4/1/10 (and no this is not an april fools joke…) Cappuccino is at ver 0.8 RC-5. Atlas is now in Beta 10.

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07 Apr 2010, 19:30
Brad Hutchins (142 posts)

Cappuccino 0.8 is now officially GA on 4/7/10…

http://cappuccino.org/download/

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12 Apr 2010, 15:38
Brad Hutchins (142 posts)

Boo-Yah…. First to hit 2,000 views :)

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20 Apr 2010, 19:12
Brad Hutchins (142 posts)

From one of the Creators of Objective-J, Cappuccino and Atlas… To show other things in the works.

A few things to keep in mind: the touch API is exposed at the javascript level. Bringing it up to the Cappuccino level (or the sproutcore level) is really almost no work at all. In fact, I’ve already written the code. It should be making its way into the master branch sometime this week.

I don’t believe that the iPad, in the short term, is a game changer. So long as it remains the only viable touchscreen tablet device, people writing apps for it should really be asking themselves how to make the best app possible, and right now that’s using Cocoa Touch. Want to do something with motion events? Or the user’s photo library? Want to send an email through iPad? The list of functionality that Apple has not (and probably will not) expose to the web continues to grow.

On the other hand, I think there probably will be quality competition, and thats when things are going to get interesting. The web will almost certainly be a strong part of that competition, which will benefit everyone. And at that point, one of the huge advantages Cappuccino will have is offering the tens of thousands of existing Cocoa Touch developers a clear way to transition to new platforms and even share code and resources across those platforms.

We’ve already been investigating the iPad ecosystem, and have a lot of great work in the pipeline, which we talked about at JSConf. The ability to use the objective-j debugging tools alone can double your productivity. We’ve also built a tool for recording user sessions on the device and playing them back in a more capable browser with a full debugger. And we’ve added automatic support for HTML5 manifests to Cappuccino which will make installing the apps on the home screen a breeze.

You’ll notice that all of these features also make Cappuccino better on the desktop web. Rather than focus on once device from one company, we’re continuing to improve Cappuccino across the board. This has been and will continue to be our strategy moving forward. Right now, I think everyone else is playing catch up. Whether that’s trying to match the beauty of our Aristo theme, trying to rush out a visual interface tool, or even just trying to keep up with the extremely fast growth of our great community: we’re one of the most followed and forked projects on Github.

Time to get back to work. Hope that helps clear up where we think we are, and where we’re heading.

-Ross </em>

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23 Apr 2010, 15:22
Brad Hutchins (142 posts)

Now is your chance to contribute to Cappuccino 1.0 roadmap.

Discussion found: http://groups.google.com/group/objectivej/browse_thread/thread/189eaf25df5ee847

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23 Apr 2010, 18:05
Brad Hutchins (142 posts)

Atlas goes to Beta 11 with Cappuccino 0.8.1 support

https://atlas-beta.heroku.com/downloads

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27 Apr 2010, 16:07
Brad Hutchins (142 posts)

Wow… Another nice little thing to keep up with on Ob-J, Cappuccino.
This from “Johannes Fahrenkrug”

Hi everyone,

I’ve come across RaphaelJS (http://raphaeljs.com) recently. It is an awesome JS library for vector graphics. I want to use it in my Cappuccino projects, so I went ahead and built a framework. I hope you guys like it.

Check it out (with video): http://www.springenwerk.com/2010/04/introducing-raphuccino.html

@280north: one problem: I’ve built it with Atlas beta 11 and when I try it out in Firefox, I get

Could not load file at Raphuccino/Raphuccino.j [Break on this error] throw new Error(“Could not load file at “ + aURL);

Objective-J.js (Line 3796)

Any idea?

  • Johannes </em>
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28 Apr 2010, 17:07
Brad Hutchins (142 posts)

Update explaining the “Jake” build tool for JS:

http://cappuccino.org/discuss/2010/04/28/introducing-jake-a-build-tool-for-javascript/

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05 May 2010, 15:03
Brad Hutchins (142 posts)

Atlas Plugin APIs.

http://cappuccino.org/discuss/2010/05/05/introducing-the-atlas-plugin-api-and-mapkit/

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13 May 2010, 20:30
Brad Hutchins (142 posts)

Following Adobe Air, Titanium and others… “Web built” desktop apps.

http://cappuccino.org/discuss/2010/05/13/nativehost-run-your-cappuccino-applications-on-the-desktop/

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07 Sep 2010, 15:43
Brad Hutchins (142 posts)

THANK GOD….Pragmatic do’in it again. :)

http://twitter.com/djembe/status/22547560255

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08 Sep 2010, 02:08
Brad Hutchins (142 posts)

From the Author of the Future Pragmatic Book….

Hello Fellow Cappuccino Developers:

As some of you know, I’ve recently signed a contract to write a book on Cappuccino for the Pragmatic Bookshelf. It took several months of back and forth with the proposal, which comprised a detailed outline and sample chapter. I’m incredibly pleased to be writing this book because I really believe in Cappuccino, and Pragmatic is a fantastic publisher. The book is primarily targeted at “classical” Javascript developers, meaning those who are used to working at the DOM/CSS level, and who may not necessarily have much desktop app (let alone Cocoa) experience.

The book will be available both in electronic and printed format, will have lots of sample code, and, if all goes well, will be available in beta form in another 4 months. I will be looking to the community for support. At this time, I’d love to hear (off-list) from any who are inclined to share their experiences about the issues with which you’ve struggled in getting comfortable with Cappuccino. Feel free to drop me a line, and if you don’t mind, tell me a little about what technologies you’ve been using.

As things progress, I’ll post to the list and to Twitter.

Best regards,

John </em>

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09 Mar 2012, 12:54
fengwilson (1 post)

Hello, I am new to the forum.

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28 Mar 2015, 08:03
andie loev (1 post)

Neat, neat language and concepts. With an awesome idea of a User Interface builder (Atlas).

Language was just released 0.7 (GA) around 5/20/09. The entire team is going to be at WWDC 2009 next week so keep your eyes peeled for some potential announcements (especially involving Atlas).

Cappuccino Orginization site: http://cappuccino.org/

The Atlas GUI IDE (based off of Xcode and IB) http://280atlas.com/

FOWA 2009 presentation (this has more then the presentation above) http://events.carsonified.com/fowa/2009/miami/videos/atlas-demo

Free Screen Casts http://cappuccinocasts.com/

One of the lead developers is working with the WebKit team to increase the ease of JavaScript debuging. http://www.alertdebugging.com/2009/04/29/building-a-better-javascript-profiler-with-webkit/

The company web site with there pilot product built with this technology. http://www.280north.com/

And finally, the first non 280 North full blown application build with Cappuccino (still beta though)

“My new startup project is written in Cappuccino, so I thought I’d share with you all:”

“It’s for tracking real-world events in real-time, so I’m going to start promoting it this week in anticipation of the WWDC Keynote. It’s using JSONP served from Amazon S3, so hopefully it will be able to scale very quickly.” – David (no not Dave Thomas)


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