Learning Cocoa
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Beginners guide to learning Cocoa programming.   Free
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Learning Cocoa was the first tutorial book on Apple's Cocoa frameworks to become available (May, 2001). The book is not very well-written or comprehensive, but it's mostly accurate and serves as a reasonable jumping-off point for programmers who, like me, are new to Cocoa. As I was working through the book's tutorials, I made a number of changes to extend and rewrite the code - a great way to explore Cocoa. I realize the code could be a lot better in places: the blame is partially Apple's, partially mine as a beginner. Given the current lack of good documentation on Cocoa, having this working code
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Type:Development : Tutorials
License:Free
Date:22 Dec 2002
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Learning Cocoa was the first tutorial book on Apple's Cocoa frameworks to become available (May, 2001). The book is not very well-written or comprehensive, but it's mostly accurate and serves as a reasonable jumping-off point for programmers who, like me, are new to Cocoa. As I was working through the book's tutorials, I made a number of changes to extend and rewrite the code - a great way to explore Cocoa. I realize the code could be a lot better in places: the blame is partially Apple's, partially mine as a beginner. Given the current lack of good documentation on Cocoa, having this working code would have been a help to me, and I hope it can be of help to others. If you find any outright bugs, please let me know so I can fix them.


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