Jasuto Pro on the way to Apple

Jasuto Pro has been submitted to Apple now. We just wait to see what how long it takes them to approve it. Here’s what the developer has to say about the new version of the app:

Wow that was the most code I’ve ever written, seriously. The total project clocks in around 40k lines of code and 15k semicolons (at least it’s well documented!), that’s a lot for one guy!

Anyhow, I’ve had 4 people beta testing the final with me and it’s pretty damn solid. I wish I had more testers that I could trust, but that’s about as far as it goes. It’s a good sign that no one else has the app yet

A couple things that won’t be in current release are scripting and OSC over wifi. The scripting really adds a new level to the app and frankly I just didn’t have the time to document the API to make it useful for anyone, and besides, having Apple test the scripting will delay the app a non-trivial amount of time I can promise you that. So IMO I think it’s better to get the app out there and let you guys play with it while I solidify the scripting engine.

OSC over wifi will also have some very cool effects on how people can use Jasuto, and again I just haven’t had enough time with it to let it out in the wild.

Both scripting and OSC are a planned free update for around the end of January so it’s not that long considering the app will prolly be in the store around mid-January anyhow…

I just can’t wait to see this!

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