Cocoa Programming: A Quick-Start Guide for Developers

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Cocoa Programming: A Quick-Start Guide for Developers shows you how to get productive with Cocoa-fast! We won’t walk you through every class and method in the API (but we will show you where to find that information). Instead, we’ll jump right in and start building a web browser using Cocoa. In just a few minutes you’ll have something that works. A couple of minutes more, and you’ll have code in your custom controller, listening for notifications and call-backs. Soon you’ll have the functionality you’d expect in a full browser. And that’s just the first few chapters. . . . . . More >>

Cocoa Programming: A Quick-Start Guide for Developers

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