Apps and other greatness for iOS

Renaissance

A three day conference on the art and science of iOS.

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#svios

The Silicon Valley iOS Developers' Meetup is the largest monthly gathering of iOS developers anywhere. Join us on the third Monday of each month.

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Nu

"What's Nu?" is the opening to an oft-told high-school physics riddle. The answer, "C over lambda", also describes this Lisp interpreter that was written for use with Objective-C.

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Xmachine

"If it's wrong for your pocket, it's wrong for your cloud." Xmachine is this Objective-C programmer's response to the Babel of web publishing languages and platforms.

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Open Radar

Community bug reporting for Mac and iOS developers.

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Masyu

Masyu is a beautiful logic puzzle invented in Japan by Maki Kaji. Our Masyu app has been in the iOS App Store since it opened and brings this challenging puzzle to your fingertips.

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The Daily Gift

Developed as a special project for National Donate Life Month in 2011, The Daily Gift features daily videograms from people whose lives have been touched by organ donation.

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Splatter

Splatter is our take on what Jackson Pollack might have done for fun with the iOS SDK.

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Doctor Derm

Answer your questions and disturb your friends with this portable pictorial guide to dermatology.

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Mobile Iron

MobileIron helps organizations of all sizes deal with the explosion of mobile devices on their networks. In 2009, Radtastical helped this startup get started on iOS.

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Swoop

Ten days to build a video browsing and sharing iPad app.

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Zip Realty

From 2009 through 2011, Radtastical Inc. consulted to develop and enhance this popular home-finding app.

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