Macoscope has just released the new version of long awaited Xcode plugin – Code Pilot. Now the app is fully integrated with Xcode 4, it also has a brand new UI to make programmers’ work a better experience. Code Pilot is an .xcplugin bundle integrating seamlessly with Xcode runtime, gaining access to its internals and interacting with the user as a single application. It enhances IDE and allows programmers browse through files and other parts of projects in a rapid manner.
California-based tigerbears, LLC today introduces Objectify 1.0, a new Mac application for Mac and iOS developers that creates Cocoa class implementations based on JSON content. Objectify saves developers time and effort by building customizable model classes from JSON content, whether from a web service or a local source. These classes can be exported as Objective-C source code, ready to be used in the developer’s editor of choice.
Cristallight and Don Kurt today announce iBarcoder 3.3.4, the latest Mac Barcode software for your MacOSX 10.4 or later. iBarcoder provides business owners with the cutting edge technology that they need to create the unique and individualized barcodes they need including the QR code. The format of the system is user-friendly and there is 24 hour customer service and technical support available if you have a question or problem.
IcyBlaze today launched their Spring Sales, offering 1,000 30% off Coupon code for iDocument. Now is a perfect chance for Mac users to own a copy of this small application. iDocument manages all your documents on your Mac with all cool managing feature like tags, labels, rating, encrypts, instant search, etc. iDocument now supports lots of different formats, and with the index function, the program reacts 2 times faster than before.
UK based independent developer Chris Mayer has announced two new Xcode projects available for free from the CodeStore website. CodeStore offers Xcode template projects to anyone looking to create an app for iPhone or iPad. The projects have a range of uses, and can be freely modified. No knowledge of the Objective-C programming language is required to create an app using the templates, as the code is already complete. All that is required is the replacement of the example content.
UK based Code Redman today announces Thumbat HD 1.3, exclusively on the iPad. Thumbat is an advanced bat and ball game with an industrial theme. In Thumbat the player or players take control of two recycling trash cans, the bats, and tries to keep the steel air purifier, the sky ball, in the air. Various “poison” particles in the air have an effect on the ball as it sweeps through, requiring the player to react quickly. The player has one sky ball and only one chance.
Applause Code today introduces Drop 1.0, their new game for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. You are trying to set the record for longest fall by a skydiver. Steer clear of obstacles to avoid damaging your parachute, and collect powerups to fall as far as possible. The farther you fall, the larger your score grows. Drop features four worlds unique obstacles more difficult than the last, powerups, and Game Center support.
Independent developer Chris Mayer today announces the latest line-up of projects on CodeStore. CodeStore offers Xcode template projects to authors, artists, photographers, or anyone looking to create an app for iPhone or iPad. The projects have a range of uses, and can be freely modified. No knowledge of the Objective-C programming language is required to create an app using the templates, as the code is already complete. All that is required is the replacement of the example content.
Vancouver based ComboApp has announced a Christmas promotion that will see them give away copies of their three most popular applications for free to certain lucky customers. Structuring their giveaway as a promotional contest, ComboApp will be offering five free copies of each of their top three apps as a gesture of gratitude to their strongly supportive customer base. ComboApp’s contest is open to anyone with a valid iTunes account through which to redeem their application promo code.
Cause Technologies, Inc. today announces Code Clock 1.0, their new app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Code Clock was created to become a salvation for all sleepyheads who consider mornings to be evil, hate them, or are often late and have problems because of it. To turn it off, users will have to enter a randomized digital code. It eliminates any possibility to oversleep because the numbers in the code are changed daily to prevent users from being able to enter them on autopilot.
PointRelease Software announces Unboxed 1.0, their quick response code reader for iPhone 3G, 3GS and 4. PointRelease Software created Unboxed to be an attractive, friendly and easy to use QR reader while not compromising on scanning speed. When you scan a code with Unboxed you can instantly act on that code by choosing to visit a URL, send an email, call a phone number or other actions depending on the code contents.
Kitty Code, LLC announces Hurricane HD in conjunction with the start of the 2010 Atlantic Hurricane Season. Hurricane HD continues what Hurricane for the iPhone began as the leading hurricane tracking app in the iTunes AppStore. This release includes mapped 3 and 5 day forecast cones to their highly detailed, broadcast quality, zoomable map covering storms in both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.