Linked by Jared White on Thu 24th Apr 2003 17:49 UTC
General Development There are two major varieties of Cocoa available. The first variety, possibly the more well known of the two, is the kind that you can use to make a nice warm cup of chocolate milk. While tasty, it's hardly proper subject matter for an operating systems information site. The second variety is far more on-topic: a programming environment for Apple Mac OS X that is the modern evolution of of the original NeXTSTEP frameworks. That's what I'm here to talk about today.
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by Frank Poli on Thu 24th Apr 2003 19:50 UTC

Thanks for this article.

The Objective-C syntax is much better than C++ or Java syntax. I much preffer to write (and read) [myWindow nextEventMatchingMask:myMask untilDate:myDate inMode:myMode dequeue:YES] than myWindow.nextEventMatchingMask(myMask, myDate, myMode, YES). Patrick g, Ask the smalltalk comunity if they think the keyword syntax (adopted by Smalltalk and Objective-C) is unreadable.

Cocoa is by far the best application framework I've seen. And I love the fact that it can be used from so many scripting languages (see http://www.fscript.org/links.htm for a list).