Topic: Application Development
O'Reilly Network articles about this topic:
Linux Compatibility on BSD for the PPC Platform: Part 3
Signals are the interactions between the kernel and the user program -- a program can't run without them. Emmanuel Dreyfus explains how to make your signals Linux-compatible.
Java Plays Prominent Role at WWDC 2001
Steve Jobs may want Mac OS X to be the best platform for running Java -- but Steve Naroff, Apple's senior director of Java technology, adds the goal of making Mac OS X the best desktop for developing Java too.
Cocoa Vs. Carbon?
When looking at Mac OS X frameworks to access the functionality of the system, many developers are debating Cocoa vs. Carbon. But they're not really competitors.
The Objective-C Language
In this third installment of Programming With Cocoa, Mike Beam explains how to send messages to objects, as well as other basics of Objective-C authoring.
Components of Object-Oriented Programming
Mike Beam describes the OOP components used in Mac OS X's Cocoa programming environment -- including classes, message passing, inheritance, encapsulation, and polymorphism.
The Mac OS X Developer Tools
Mac OS X public beta Developer Tools put the "developer" back in OS X. Here's what's included and how to install them.
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