Archive for September, 2008

280 Slides Featured on Google Code

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2008

Our friends at Google have listed 280 Slides as a featured project on Google Code for it’s slick integration with the YouTube API and Google AJAX Search API. 280 Slides allows you to easily add photos from the Google Image Search, and movies from YouTube to your presentations.

Try out these features if you haven’t already!

Open the 280 Slides Editor, click the “Pictures” or “Movies” button, enter a search term, and hit the “enter” or “return” key. Simply drag a picture or movie from the results listing to the slide.

To preview an image or movie, select it and click the preview button next to the search field.

Announcing Cappuccino

Thursday, September 4th, 2008

We don’t want to repeat ourselves too much across this blog and our new one, but this news is too important to pass up.  

Cappuccino, our web application framework built in Objective-J and modeled after Cocoa, is now available as an open source project at http://cappuccino.org!

Francisco said it best:

We’re open sourcing this technology because we sincerely want to be part of a world where there are more high quality web applications like 280 Slides. We’ll be putting a lot of resources into Cappuccino in the future, and we plan to build a strong open source community around the development platform. We can’t wait to see where you take this with us.

Techcrunch also posted a great write-up.

Cappuccino is how we built 280 Slides, and it’s going to change the way people build web applications. So, head on over to cappuccino.org and get started building your own app!