Matt S.
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StackKit: an API framework for Cocoa
14 votes

Good thing you didn't put a space in the name:

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How your app[s] is going?
1 votes

Not promoting StackTop, not updating StackTop, still get some traffic. StackTop was more of a learning experience for me then an app that I could sell. Also, I don't understand why they would ...

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Application marketing ideas
2 votes

I would break down and buy ad space, and just put an ad or two in your app. But, from experience, DO NOT USE MOBCLIX!!!!! [rant] When I first signed up, they would send you you're money every ...

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-430 rep - why?
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I'll be willing to bet money that it was because of all those non cw dev-tip posts being converted to cw

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Getting your [app] to show up in the AppStore
6 votes

If you have one of these apps, YOU MUST MUST MUST mention it in the keywords section in iTunes Connect. Apple doesn't give you a lot of room (100 char. I believe), but it's important that you ...

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OBSOLETE - Six to Eight: An iPhone client
4 votes

Just downloaded it. It looks pretty cool, EXCEPT it crashed within about 10 seconds of me using it. I just emailed you the crash log. Even though I'm running 4.1, it looks as if it's not a problem ...

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Using meta.stackoverflow.com as a support channel for a stackapp?
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I would just email the developer or post a question in their topic.

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Do I need API key to use StackAuth API?
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Short answer: No. If you don't use an API key, then you don't get very many api requests per day (I THINK 200, but I'm probably wrong). If you use a key then it's somewhere around 10,000

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Version 1.0 released 9th of July
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Awesome! And my application is done as well :) I'm still not sure if I'm going to add any more to it until 1.0 is out. There are a few things I haven't implemented that are in the API, but I want ...

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Date that the contest ends
4 votes

Your app must work against the final, 1.0 released version of the API. We’ll give you at least week’s notice here on the blog when that’s closer to happening. That was from the blog post announcing ...

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Would the following image be allowed?
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I don't see why not. I can't clearly tell that that's the SO logo. It just looks like an "A" that went through a shredder crooked

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Best way of structuring a library?
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If you want simple, look at MSOEngine. It's also written in Objective-C. It's slightly harder to use then stackkit, but the code is simpler and easier to understand, and doesn't use any memory ...

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How to monitor questions for answers?
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Just make an API request every few minutes and parse it out then compare it. That's the only way I can think of. Sure it'll be a lot of code, but you gotta do what you gotta do

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Slow response times?
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That's a problem with your application and the way you wrote it to interface with the API, I'm experiencing very fast response times

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Are there any high resolution/scalable (SVG) icons or images available?
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I found this it's fairly large, large enough were you should be able to do things with it. I have no idea if we are allowed to use them.

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