The folks at Inferiis have released Mushroom, a “utility which assists Cocoa developers to create and maintain the localized resources of their projects, and the translators to localize existing software.” Sounds like it could be quite useful.
The ExitToShell folks have set up new online forums for Mac developers.
Arik Hesseldahl (Forbes.com): "... 2004, it seems, is the year the RSS feed--the letters stand for real simple syndication or rich site summary--is going mainstream."
Jason Cook (Webmonkey): “...But most of us are more or less resigned to keeping both types of screwdrivers in our toolkits—we’ll use whichever one is handy and fits our needs.”
Apple put up a page listing their RSS feeds. Many of them are already in NetNewsWire’s Sites Drawer, but not the latest-downloads-by-category feeds.
Doug’s AppleScripts for iTunes: “This script will copy the news items of the selected Subscription in NetNewsWire in vCard format to the Contacts folder of iPod for portable reading.”
Daring Fireball: “Mac OS X brings together two worlds of scripting—traditional Mac OS AppleScript, and traditional Unix scripting.”
We’ve posted a special Atom beta for testing the Atom parser in both full and Lite versions of NetNewsWire. It doesn’t include all the peripheral parts of Atom support, but it includes the central part, the ability to read and display Atom feeds.
One year ago today: "NetNewsWire 1.0 is now shipping!"
Today is the one-year anniversary of the release of NetNewsWire 1.0. It's been a great first year and we look forward to what the next year will bring!
Thanks to everyone for all your support and encouragement—and look for lots more cool features to come!
This release of NetNewsWire and NetNewsWire Lite fixes a couple small but important bugs and adds a bunch of feeds to the Sites Drawer.
See What’s New in 1.0.8 for details.