Ingredients
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Ingredients is an open source browser for Apple's Cocoa documentation. It's still under development but today's beta lets you:
  • View iPhone and Mac docs
  • Search Mac-related websites
  • Filter classes/symbols by various attributes
  • Quickly search with sane sorting of results
  • use the filter bar to quickly jump to methods in a class
What's New
Version 1.1b1:
  • Tabs, Click-to-Copy methods and much faster startup times.
Requirements
  • Intel
  • Mac OS X 10.6 or later
  • Requires the OS X Developers Tools or iPhone SDK with documentation installed.



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Xplicit commented on 23 Jan 2012
Version 1.0 works on Lion.
[Version 1.1b1]


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Pripyat reviewed on 19 Nov 2011
Gets towards the end of the tic tac toe game and crashed ever since.
[Version 1.1b1]


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Xplicit commented on 19 Nov 2011
Keeps crashing on Lion.
[Version 1.1b1]


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tlundeen reviewed on 19 Jul 2011
Outstanding app, extremely helpful. Much better than the current xcode 4 doc view.

Re an earlier comment: there is a table of contents, use the View > Show Filter Bar command. Once the filter bar is up on the right, you can see the TOC (group by tasks) or you can group by function or name).

To set up a command key to go from xcode to Ingredients and automatically look it up, use the Ingredients>Services>Services Preferences... menu, then find the item in the "Text" keyboard shortcuts called "Look up in Ingredients" and set a shortcut. You might have to clear the shortcut in the xcode preferences to have it picked up.
[Version 1.1b1]


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signalprocessor reviewed on 18 Jul 2011
Many thanks to this developer for putting the time and effort into this. Much better than the built-in documentation browser in XCode 4, which has become all but unusable.
[Version 1.1b1]


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Xplicit commented on 18 Apr 2011
Seems to be the best of all documentation browsers. Especially because it scans the developer folder you use for documentations.

Pity it doesn't show the "Table of contents" that the official browser in Xcode 3 was able to show but the documentation browser in Xcode 4 cannot do.
With the table of contents it would be perfect.
[Version 1.0]

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tlundeen replied on 19 Jul 2011
There is a TOC, use View > Show Filter Bar, then use the group by tasks options.
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Negritude commented on 05 Aug 2010
The sub-title should say "Documentation Browser for Apple" to distinguish it from a web browser.
[Version 1.0rc2]


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Coveryourheart commented on 16 Jul 2010
This is a no non-sense documentation browser that's well groomed. Oh, and you get to play Tic Tac Toe.
[Version 1.0rc1]


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Mlbkxbx commented on 20 Apr 2010
Wow! Ingredients is simply amazing :) I have such high hopes for this one. It's too early to give it a rating though.
IMHO it looks excellent (kudos for that). I do have a few suggestions though; An optional class browser (like the "quicklist" in appkido), and bookmarks/favorites.
Please do keep up the good work :)
[Version 0.4]


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Downloads:2,851
Version Downloads:858
Type:Internet : Reference
License:Free
Date:25 Apr 2011
Platform:Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Ingredients is an open source browser for Apple's Cocoa documentation. It's still under development but today's beta lets you:
  • View iPhone and Mac docs
  • Search Mac-related websites
  • Filter classes/symbols by various attributes
  • Quickly search with sane sorting of results
  • use the filter bar to quickly jump to methods in a class


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