We’ve fixed a few bugs, but also added code generation support for Swift. You can get it on the Mac App store
Tuesday, January 14, 2014
We pleased to say Oyster 1.2 has just been approved by Apple and the update should be availble through the App Store over the next few hours.
Oyster 1.2 is a modeset update with some minor bug fixes, and adds support for Rx+ (a set of Regex categories and Macros available on Github here
). We came across these and have to say that they are very well thought out and we’ve started using them ourselves. You can follow the creator @BendyTree
we think he deserves a big thanks for making one of those more convoluted pieces of API much cleaner for the common (80%) tasks!
Monday, September 23, 2013
We thought we would round up the updates we’ve made to different apps in the last week:
- Cloud Mate iOS: Updated for iOS 7 with bug-fixes addressing issues where not all DropBox files would be listed
- Cloud Mate Mac (1.5.7): Fixed crashes in 10.8.5 and added support for Shared Photostreams
- Sumbolon: Improved support for 32-bit applications and added a work around a Spotlight defect that could result in archives not being found
All of your apps should automatically update!
We’ve just released version 1.1 of Oyster, the Mac Regex Tool. This release adds a new feature (CodeBox snippet integration) as well as fixing a couple of bugs.
The more observant amongst you will notice that the Oyster icon, product page
, and Oyster Farm
have all also have a bit of a refresh. The moment we ran it on Mavericks, we knew we needed to make sure it would fit in a little better from day one.
As always even though Apple has approved the update, it will take a little while to roll out around the world, but that process is normally complete within a few hours.
We have just released Sumbolon 1.0.4. Although we’ve made some minor tweaks the real changes are elsewhere. In response to customer feedback we have made two changes
- We’ve increased the price to $29.99. Yes our customers said they thought it was worth more.
- We’ve introduced a 7 Day Trial period
The two things go together. We now Sumbolon needed to build a reputation, but it’s hard to do that with an app so squarely aimed at developers. Increasing the price (to where we’ve always thought Sumbolon deserved to be) wasn’t going to make that easier, so we’ve decided that it’s best to let the product speak for itself with a no risk trial.
We hope you decide to give the app a try…. our customer feedback has been overwhelmingly positive and we can’t wait for more of you to get back to what you do best; building great apps rather than trying to understand what the crash log says.