Important: Cheddar for iOS is no longer maintained by Nothing Magical. It has been sold. Going forward, Cheddar is no longe open source since the new owner has choosen to keep it private. This will remain as an archive of the previous version that was open source. Everything should still work. Thank you to everyone for your support as I built Cheddar. Seriously. Thank you.
You can download Cheddar for iOS free on the App Store.
Run the following commands to get started:
$ git clone --recursive https://github.com/nothingmagical/cheddar-ios.git $ cd cheddar-ios $ rake setup
Now open the Xcode project and build. You will see one error telling you to fill in your API credentials. If you don't already have API credentials, head over to the Cheddar developer site. Be sure to set
cheddar://oauth as your redirect URI.
Need help? Email email@example.com or open an issue with specifics.
This is open source since the app is free already. It is intended to be a source of sample code for everyone to benefit from. You can make cool apps that use Cheddar and I hopefully get more users because you built something awesome.
Also, if you want to help out and fix some bugs, I'll love you forever. Maybe you'll even get a shirt or something :)
The Cheddar for iOS source code is released under the Simplified BSD License. This license does not cover the image assets. All images are property of Nothing Magical Inc.
While it is not strictly forbidden by the license, I would greatly appreciate it if you didn't redistribute this app exactly the way it is in the App Store. There's nothing stopping you, but please don't be a jerk.
If you want to fix bugs, I'll love you forever! If you want to add some features, I may not merge it. I'm sure it will be awesome, but defending Cheddar's simplicity is my utmost duty. If you're feeling like implementing a feature, check out the issues for things tagged with "feature".
If you want to give back in ways other than pull requests, you can buy a Cheddar shirt, Gittip, or spread the word about @cheddar on Twitter. Of course, pull requests are greatly appreciated. I'll love you forever.