Squeak applications now on the App Store

18 May, 2009

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Following his success in getting Squeak running on the iPhone last year, John M McIntosh has announced on the Squeak-dev mailing list that he has had two applications approved for the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch App Store.

The two SqueakDocs electronic books, based on Squeak and Seaside, allow users to explore the code and documentation in two Smalltalk images: a 3.10.x Squeak web developer’s image, and a Pharo web developer’s image of late April 2009. They are now available for purchase on the App Store: Squeak version, Pharo version.

The applications use Seaside to render the content to the built-in Safari browser, so they can also present content to other machines on the local network.

John is still waiting for approval to come through soon for WikiServer, a “much more complex application,” which will allow users to view and maintain wiki content on their iPhones.

3 Responses to “Squeak applications now on the App Store”


  1. Ah, now I know why there was a flurry of signups for the mobile WikiServer mailing list this evening


  2. WikiServer is in the store now btw.


  3. […] In case you missed it, John’s latest announcement was that his Fraction app is now available for calculations involving unlimited sized fractions, and factorials as it attempts to preserve numerical accuracy to an unprecedented degree. The new app joins the two apps based on his WikiServer that John already has on the App Store. […]


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