Simple RSS reader for iPhone using PureMVC Standard for Objective-C
Posted on February 8, 2009
Few weeks ago Cliff Hall announced the release of PureMVC Objective-C Port by Brian Knorr. Brian also provided a very helpful demo called "Employee Admin".
To dive into the Objective-C port of PureMVC as quick as possible I have built a another demo. It's a pretty simple RSS reader for iPhone or iPod touch, which grabs a feed of a blog and shows the latest 10 entries in detail.
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View or grab the source here: http://github.com/sectore/puremvc-objectivec-simplerssreader/
It's open source licensed under the Mozilla Public License 1.1.
Brian Knorr, the project owner of the Objective-C port of PureMVC, did an awesome job! But the question is: Do I need a MVC framework such as PureMVC for developing an iPhone app? You don't! Because Objective-C based already on a MVC paradigma.
However, if you are new to Objective-C and you may have a strong ActionScript background using PureMVC, it might be a good choice to dive into iPhone development. And you will see, that the code architecture is like your home ;)