Hi iOS developers,
I've finally made a stable version of Mixare iOS.
You can now call Mixare as library at your own project. And write own plugins at your own project to communicate with the library.
I've made a guide to explain you how to add Mixare as sub-project to your own main-project.
So you can still update Mixare through git while you are using it at your own project/app.
The last thing I want to say is: "My job is done here!".
I've been working on Mixare because of my internship. Well, this is my last week, so I have to give back my iPhone and MacBook Pro to the company. No, I won't buy a Mac or iPhone for myself, so for the present you won't see me updating the iOS version of Mixare. It's now up to YOU guys. I have still the rights to review and submit the pull-requests. ;)
It was fun to learn things about using and programming with Apple products, but not fun enough to use it.