I’ve been working on a library for a little while now to make developing iPhone apps easier. The library adopts a number of the patterns that I’ve talked about here on my blog, and is meant to fill in a lot of the gaps left by Apple’s frameworks. It’s out today. You can find it at instantcocoa.io, and on GitHub. It’s a very ambitious project, and there’s still quite a bit of work left to do. But it’s worth launching now and getting feedback from the community.

I’m still working on documentation, so expect to see some changes at instantcocoa.io/docs. I’m hoping to have the documentation ready in about 2 weeks.

I want to give a big thanks to Tyler Galpin for designing the site and the amazing icon.

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My hope is that this project can help us all make better iPhone apps. If you see anything you’d like to comment on, please feel free to make a GitHub issue so that we can fix it. It’s going to be a bright future!