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Build a Core Data Application
A results-oriented tutorial which demonstrates how to build a custom Core Data application. This particular tutorial focuses on examples rather than concepts or class explanations.
20:00:00 April 29, 2005, Friday (PDT) Source: Cocoa Dev Central
Core Data Class Overview
An explanation of each of the new classes used by the Core Data framework, including the most important methods to be aware of.
20:00:00 April 29, 2005, Friday (PDT) Source: Cocoa Dev Central
Saving Cocoa Application Data
Most applications need a way to save data to disk and bring it back later. This tutorial describes how to implement NSCoding in data classes and use NSKeyedArchiver.
03:00:00 March 11, 2005, Friday (PST) Source: Cocoa Dev Central
Cocoa Style for Objective-C: II
Part two of this tutorial in style goes into more detail on method names, global symbols, the id type, accessors, and parameters.
03:00:00 November 1, 2004, Monday (PST) Source: Cocoa Dev Central
Cocoa Style for Objective-C: I
Once you've learned the basics of Cocoa, you need to a primer in Objective-C style to write solid code. Part one covers basics for classes, variables and methods.
03:00:00 November 1, 2004, Monday (PST) Source: Cocoa Dev Central
C Language Tutorial for Cocoa
If you've been holding off on learning Objective-C because you didn't like the idea of reading a whole book about C first, this tutorial is the solution. If you know what a variable is and know what function is, we can quickly get you up to speed on the subset of ANSI C that you need for use in Cocoa.
04:00:00 June 4, 2004, Friday (PDT) Source: Cocoa Dev Central
Cocoa and Perl There's More Than One Way to Do It
The Cocoa development environment encourages the "Model-View-Controller" design pattern. This article demonstrates how Perl can serve as a resource for the "Model" components of Cocoa applications. The PerlObjCBridge makes it fairly easy to provide an Aqua interface to a Perl utility, or to add Perl's power to Objective-C in the "Model."
18:00:00 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Cocoa Dev Central
Building NSMenuExtra - A Small Tutorial
An easy tutorial on building an NSMenuExtra.
10:18:08 October 9, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: Cocoa Dev Central
MyOneLineOfCodeBrowser using Cocoa and WebKit 1.0
This easy tutorial will introduce you to the new Cocoa Framework named Web Kit. Step by step you'll create a Web Browser with only 1 line of code.
22:44:56 July 11, 2003, Friday (PDT) Source: Cocoa Dev Central
Extend with Delegates
Today we'll talk about implementing delegates in our own classes. It's a relatively simple thing to do, but there are a couple gotchas that you have to watch out for.
10:46:36 June 27, 2003, Friday (PDT) Source: Cocoa Dev Central
Create a PDF
This tutorial shows you how to add export to PDF support to an application for single page and multi page documents.
12:00:00 April 19, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: Cocoa Dev Central
Beginning AppleScript Studio
A quick tutorial on getting started in AppleScript Studio, resulting in a working application.
11:07:28 March 6, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Cocoa Dev Central
Drag and Drop Destinations
A quick tutorial on how to implement the NSDraggingDestination informal protocol. This is what lets a view receive drag and drop operations.
13:51:50 November 24, 2002, Sunday (PST) Source: Cocoa Dev Central
Learn C with Project Builder
This tutorial shows you how to use Project Builder when learning to program. It covers creating a project, editing, compiling and debugging.
12:32:00 November 16, 2002, Saturday (PST) Source: Cocoa Dev Central
Memory Management 101
This article discusses Cocoa's memory management: retain, release, alloc, init, copy. It discusses the general and gives a few examples, and should be a good "starting point" for new developers.
20:46:36 November 10, 2002, Sunday (PST) Source: Cocoa Dev Central
Recent Tunes NSStatusItem
This tutorial shows you how to create a "menu extra" by using the NSStatusItem class and having the application run in the background.
13:30:00 November 10, 2002, Sunday (PST) Source: Cocoa Dev Central
Making Other People's Software Work for You
This tutorial steps you through making a simple plugin and tells you how to build both plugins and applications that accept the capability.
11:07:16 August 7, 2002, Wednesday (PDT) Source: Cocoa Dev Central
Drop Shadows
This tutorial shows how to add drop shadows to the items drawn in a NSView using the ShadowView subclass.
14:51:49 August 3, 2002, Saturday (PDT) Source: Cocoa Dev Central
Checking the User's Mac OS X Version
This article describes how you would go about checking the user's version of Mac OS X, either to enable or disable a feature, or do other things.
15:11:34 August 1, 2002, Thursday (PDT) Source: Cocoa Dev Central
Q&A: July 17, 2002
This edition of QA answers questions about initializing C-style arrays, accessing MySQL, alias resolving, menu extras, finding Cocoa answers with cocoa.mamasam.com and more.
17:15:25 July 17, 2002, Wednesday (PDT) Source: Cocoa Dev Central
Using Foundation Collections in Interface Builder
When you first played with Interface Builder, you may have tried briefly to create an array or a dictionary, and given up in disgust. Apple in its wisdom has not, as of Mac OS X 10.1.5, seen fit to add support for these fundamental classes to IB, and it is usually possible to work around this oversight.
11:28:59 July 14, 2002, Sunday (PDT) Source: Cocoa Dev Central