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Introducing libagchess

As CBase Chess goes through some updates, I wanted to provide the community with something that might be of use – the code for the C++ backend which powers CBase Chess!  It is on Sourceforge available here.  I’ve put the … Continue reading

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So It’s Been Awhile…

I know it’s been a really long time since I’ve updated this blog, but it turns out it gets a few hits every now and then.  I started graduate school in the fall and found very little time to do … Continue reading

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On Writing Reusable Code

Taking college courses in computer science never really prepare you for the world of writing reusable code.  In the course of developing CBase Chess, I scrapped my internal board representation code 3 times.  I rewrote my UI board twice.  And … Continue reading

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CBase Chess 1.0 Available on the App Store!

CBase Chess 1.0 has been approved for the App Store and is available here. I’m also in the process of making a separate help page, but some answers to quick questions about using CBase Chess are here.

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CBase Chess 1.0 Submitted!

I finally submitted my first app!  Apple has an unbelievable number of certificates you have to obtain to compile, run, and then submit your application.  It took me almost 2 hours from the start of my submission process to the … Continue reading

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A Brief Update

I know it’s been forever since I’ve updated, so I just wanted to make a short note of my progress.  I’ve been out of town a lot in the last few weeks and have found it very difficult to make … Continue reading

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Why Can’t We Have Variations???

A quick search through the App Store reveals over 300 hits for “chess.”  Granted, not all of them are actually full-fledged chess apps, but nonetheless there are a great deal of them that are.  Some are tactics, many are engines, … Continue reading

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