These XCode templates provide starting points for applications that use Cinder from within a typical Cocoa Touch environment. The basic template features a colored cube and a Cocoa slider to control the size of the cube.
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CCGLTouch XCode Templates for iOS: http://cocoacid.org/ios/

CocoaCinderGL Touch eases the use of Cinder from within a typical XCode/Cocoa Touch project. Thus allowing C++/Obj-C creative coders to build iOS apps bearing several "Cinder sketches" as well as Cocoa sliders, buttons...

These XCode templates provide starting points for applications that use Cinder from within a typical Cocoa Touch environment. The basic template features a colored cube and a Cocoa slider to control the size of the cube.

To install the templates, place their *.xctemplate folders within the XCode.app bundle, inside of /Contents/Developer/Platforms/iPhoneOS.platform/Developer/Library/Xcode/Templates/Project Templates/Application/, besides "Cocoa Touch Application.xctemplate", "Cocoa Touch Familied Application.xctemplate", etc.

When creating a new project, make sure to save the project inside of a folder placed at the root of your Cinder folder, besides the "samples", "lib", "boost" folders. Typically a folder named "CCGLTouch" where all the examples sit... If you decide to do otherwise, you'll have to change the User-Defined CINDER_PATH setting of the project's target to comply with the relative location of the project you've just created.