This week, O’Reilly Network’s Programming with Cocoa columnist Mike Beam describes how to build a basic Cocoa application, a text editor, in an
online article at Mac DevCenter.
“I think you will find [this application] to be quite rich in functionality despite its unique nature — that is, it requires no coding on your part at all,” said Beam, a senior at the University of Texas at Austin studying physics and astronomy.
Cocoa is a collection of advanced, object-oriented APIs for developing applications written in Java and Objective-C. It’s based on two object-oriented frameworks: Foundation and the Apple Kit.
The O’Reilly Network is a portal for developers interested in open and emerging technologies, including new platforms, programming languages, and operating systems. The Mac DevCenter is the Macintosh area of the network.
The O’Reilly Network — which has published three installments of Programming with Cocoa — is now offering two Apple Developer Connection Recommended Titles:
will be hitting the bookstores in the next few weeks.