DocoaBrowser is an utility application that displays Apples Cocoa framework documentation (both Java and Objective-C flavors) as well as your own AutoDoc documentation. AutoDoc documentation can be displayed from HTML files as well generated on the fly from your Objetive-C project directory (AutoDoc 2.0b8 is included in DocoBrowsers bundle) .
What's new in this version:
can display developer documentation shipped with Xcode Preview 1.2
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. I liked version 0.2, but the broken links was a deal-breaker.
I'm not encountering any problems with links so far with 0.3.
One oddity: clicking a "Programming Topics" link will load the discussion page in the DocoaBrowser window, where CocoaBrowser would always load these in the default browser. I'm not sure if I consider this a feature or a bug. The fact that the Back/Forward buttons get confused with this makes it more like a bug, though.
Still, this is probably the most useful 0.3 release I've ever used.
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. I couldn't get search to work... But overall it works great - WebKit makes it much nicer than CocoaBrowser. Would get 5 stars for features if search worked.