GitHub splits Octokit between users of Objective-C and Ruby

06/2/2013 | TechCrunch

GitHub's Octokit "comes in two flavors," Alex Williams writes: Ruby applications and Objective-C. "The Ruby version is what the site describes as a simple wrapper for the GitHub [application programming interface]. The Objective-C version uses the Cocoa and Cocoa Touch framework 'for interacting with the GitHub API, built using AFNetworking, Mantle and ReactiveCocoa,'" he writes.

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