Cocoa Browser Air now supports Xcode 3.2 on Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, and it also supports the new reference document "Mac OS X 10.6 Core Library"!
I released Cocoa Browser Air Final Beta today.
New features and changes are:
- Introducing new search interface.
- Improving browsing speed.
- Supporting new documents of iPhone 3.0 and iPhone 2.2 SDK.
- Supporting some links, which were invalid before.
I hesitated to release the current version, because the full text search is not implemented yet. But many requests let me publish this one. Please send me your requests and comments for this new version of Cocoa Browser Air.
As a known issue, filtering search fields are displayed at the top of the browser columns, but they sometimes perform weirdly. Please allow me not to fix it until the next release.
This is the final beta release.
Gold release should support the full text search, and it might be available by next month.
Please be patient for the next release, thank you very much.
I updated Cocoa Browser Air at this very end of the year!!
- Fixed the problem that the documentation for iPhone OS 2.1 couldn't be browsed in some environments.
- Fixed the problem that links in Core Animation frameworks didn't work.
- Added "Preferences..." panel to disable unnecessary platforms.
- Added Japanese localization to main menu.
I have treated current Cocoa Browser Air versions as beta versions, because I think something is not perfect now, but I suppose that this version is very close to the goal. I am planning to release the next version in March 2009. Full text search will be coming.
Meanwhile, Apple always can reset the situation just by changing the documentation format completely (lol.
I wish all of you have a happy new year with Cocoa Browser Air!!
Cocoa Browser Air is now able to browse the brand new AV Foundation API (which contains AVAudioPlayer class) in iPhone 2.2.
If you don't want to browse iPhone 2.0 or 2.1 APIs anymore, please edit Cocoa Browser Air.app/Contents/Resources/Platforms.plist manually.
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And I judged some of the contents have already been too old to be published, so I removed them. If you had any content you would like to see, please request me via comment on this blog entry.