Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 21st Mar 2006 18:39 UTC, submitted by Hakime
Java "The Java Native Interface lets developers mix Java code with C or C++ source code. It provides access to platform-specific features that Java does not provide, so that Java applications on Mac OS X can take advantage of the wide range of powerful Apple-only technologies to provide the best possible user experience. Using the JNI, your Java application can access a user's Address Book, make Spotlight queries, take advantage of Core Image and Core Video, and leverage many other rich features unique to Mac OS X. This step-by-step tutorial explains how to use the JNI to integrate Java and C code using a single Xcode project with multiple targets."
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