Saturday, October 8, 2016

UR.IMG.UR non-trivial Nibitaph RESTful macOS/iOS sample now buildable

After a little Saturday morning maintenance, the UR.IMG.UR github repo should be now easily build-able with Xcode 4.6 (macOS) and Xcode 5.1 (iOS 8.x-).

Tidied up the Xcode projects, added some missing resources, updated the Xcode folder references to use the Nibitaph submodules.

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

MTB Valemount BC - MapKit App built with Nibitaph

It's not cross-platform with macOS (yet), but still utilizes the Nibitaph framework classes for efficient development. MapKit is one of the most cross-platform friendly of all the Frameworks in Cocoa/Cocoa-Touch. The shape of things to come, I think.

MTB Valemount BC

UR.IMG.UR non-trivial Mac/iPad single source sample code

Just did an initial push of the UR.IMG.UR sources as submitted to the Mac and iOS app stores. The code makes full use of the Nibitaph 'framework' code, realizing a high degree of code sharing between the macOS and iOS builds.

Mac App Store version:
iPad App Store version:

Saturday, June 4, 2016

Nibitaph Sample Code - Organized and Updated

Just spent a couple of hours coalescing the various sample projects into one master repo:

Samples include CoreText, AVFoundation, CoreImage, NSTextStorage, NSTextContainer and picture taking.

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

World's First (?) LGPL library for building Mac and iOS Apps from a single Objective-C source base.

I think it's true. Major, non-trivial (full-featured IMGUR client) coming soon to github! Just wrapped the Mac version will be finalizing the iPad version this week. Stay tuned.

Monday, May 23, 2016

Nibitaph - The last framework you'll use for Mac OS X and iPad Development.

If you'd done any amount of Cocoa programming before starting with Cocoa-Touch, your first impression is: how similar these frameworks are.

Your second impression might be "How infuriatingly similar these frameworks are!"

The Nibitaph framework aims to provide, through protocol-oriented programming, a union of AppKit and UIKit that can be used to quickly and easily develop cross-platform (Mac OS X 10.6- and iPad iOS 5.x-) apps.

Home is where the repo is:

Nibitaph is an umbrella consisting of the following submodules: