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robbieduncan
Jan 15, 2006, 03:10 PM
Since I now have iWeb and nothing much to use of for I have decided to start a blog. Not wanting you all to read about my personal life it's going to be about Cocoa development.

Obviously not a lot on it yet but you can read it here (http://web.mac.com/robbieduncan/iWeb/).

Any other MacRumors Cocoa bloggers?



GorillaPaws
Jan 15, 2006, 03:26 PM
I'm really excited to read up on the process. This should be a lot of fun to follow, but I must admit, I really dislike the blue gradient streak that runs vertically on your page. It just seems unneccessary and distracting (like I've accidentally highlighted part of your text or something. Otherwise I really like it!

robbieduncan
Jan 15, 2006, 04:04 PM
I'm really excited to read up on the process. This should be a lot of fun to follow, but I must admit, I really dislike the blue gradient streak that runs vertically on your page. It just seems unneccessary and distracting (like I've accidentally highlighted part of your text or something. Otherwise I really like it!

Hmm, I was just trying to liven up the fairly basic iWeb templates. If I don't like it after a few entries I'll remove it!

Edit: The gradient did not seem to work too well so it's removed.

HiRez
Jan 15, 2006, 05:24 PM
Cool Robbie, I will be looking forward to what you come up with there, Poster Paint looks like a fun project. I've been thinking about some kind of blog/site myself for my projects. Right now I'm working on a live audio playback/triggering application, the engine of which I'm currently in the process of migrating from QuickTime to CoreAudio. Those non-Cocoa APIs can be a bear for people only familiar with Cocoa and Objective-C (like me). Some help there might be good as there is precious little of it available on the web or from Apple.

caveman_uk
Jan 16, 2006, 02:25 AM
Any other MacRumors Cocoa bloggers?
This (http://www.kentplacesoftware.com/news/news.html) is mine. There's not much to see at the moment I'm afraid. I'm planning it to be less 'what I did last night' and more 'what's coming in program x'.

ll350
Jan 16, 2006, 07:38 PM
Nice looking blog. If iWeb can do stuff like that for non-designers like myself, I might just have to upgrade to iLife '06.

Oh, I just remembered, I'll automatically do that when I buy a MacBook Pro:)

HiRez
Jan 17, 2006, 02:11 AM
If iWeb can do stuff like that for non-designers like myself, I might just have to upgrade to iLife '06.I really think iWeb should be included with .Mac, not iLife (or better yet, sell an iLife/.Mac combo subscription for something like $129 per year). Sorry for that off-topic rant...