Cocoa is Mac OS X's built-in object-oriented application framework. Written in Objective-C, it is perhaps the most mature and advanced desktop application framework in existence. You can think of it as OpenStep: The Next Generation. Cocoa isn't magic and Objective-C isn't a super-language. Far from it. Together, we'll step through an introduction of Objective-C, the language, highlighting its pros and cons. For the second part, we'll explore the Cocoa itself, both from the framework level and the toolkit level (Xcode and Interface Builder).
Jonathan 'Wolf' Rentzsch (http://rentzsch.com) runs Red Shed Software (http://redshed.net), a small local software boutique. He also leads PSIG (http://rentzsch.com/psig), a suburban Mac programmer group and cohosts CAWUG (http://cawug.org), a downtown Mac & WebObjects programmer group.
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