iPhone Snippets on Mobiletuts+

Published in: News, Site NewsPosted by Travis on 09/16/10

I’m excited to announce that we’re going to be doing some snippet sharing with one of our sister sites Mobiletuts+.

Mobiletuts+ is a top level site for quality tutorials for mobile developers. Topics include native development with the iPhone, Android, Windows and Blackberry platforms, cross-platform development with tools like Appcelerator and Phone Gap, and techniques for building mobile accessible web sites with HTML 5.

This week they posted a quick screencast using one of the iPhone snippets found right here on Snipplr.

Be sure to check out their iOS SDK Snippet: iPhone Vibration tutorial and keep you eyes open for more to come.

Also, be sure to follow us on Twitter for more news and updates!


RSS Icon Subscribe to comments
Posted By: carla12 on September 17th, 2010

i love this site…

Posted By: Kurt on September 28th, 2010


Im not sure the Captcha on your contact form is working. I most defiantly entered the correct words, but was not given a “human” rating 😛


Posted By: Travis on September 28th, 2010

I’ll have to look into that. Thanks!

Posted By: trusktr on October 15th, 2010

Hey, i’m not sure who to contact about this, but I’d like to suggest some improvements to the snipplr API.

Currently, there’s no way to “edit” snippets. You can only add new ones. It’d be great to have the ability to edit snippets with the API. It’d be useful since the website has the ability to show versions by date.

Also, we need a method that will allow us to grab earlier versions of a snippet. FOr example maybe “snippet.get(snippetID, versionID)”. A seperate method could output how many versions a snippet contains, etc… It would be very useful!

This could come in handy when using Gedit, for example. I want to modify the Gedit plugin so it can do this.

Posted By: Travis on October 15th, 2010

Great idea trusktr!

We’re actually starting to slowly work in some improvements and features to the site. I’ll add your suggestion to the wish-list.

Posted By: trusktr on October 15th, 2010

Hey, I have another suggestion. I was only able to read your reply because I left the tab open in my browser for later. I have a suggestion if you could pass it on…

I noticed the website is running on WordPress. You guys should add the plugin called “Gurken Subscribe to Comments”. It’s really powerful and will let your users opt-in to receive an email alert when someone has left a comment on a post or page that they’ve subscribed to. I use the plugin myself on my site and it works great.

That’d make things easier so we only have to visit a page when needed. For now, I’m leaving this tab open. hehe

Posted By: Travis on October 17th, 2010

I’ll add that, too 🙂

Leave a Reply

You may use Markdown to format your comment.
HTML renders as source code.