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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
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
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