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.
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!