A new Cocoa programming book, appropriately entitled “Cocoa Programming,” has been released by SAMS Publishing. Cocoa is the Objective C based development environment from Apple.
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Written by Scott Anguish, Erik Buck, and Donald Yacktman, “Cocoa Programming” isn’t for beginners. It jumps right into the use of the Cocoa framework, the collection of tools and libraries Apple recommends for creating all new Mac OS X applications. Sections of the 1,272-page tome show you how to modify views, integrate multimedia, and access networks with Cocoa. “Cocoa Programming” describes the Cocoa Text system, investigates subprocesses and threads, shows you how to get system information, and discusses authentication and security issues.
The book is on sale now
at an introductory price of US$39, one-third off the regular price. To get the special price, you have to order before October 15.