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.
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.
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.
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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