Cocoa On the Web: 280 North, Objective-J, and Cappuccino

Last week’s news about Apple’s use of SproutCore triggered a lot of discussion about the future of rich Internet applications, run-time environments, and JavaScript frameworks. While SproutCore has been referred to as “Cocoa for the web,” its developer Charles Jolley says that the framework was “inspired by Cocoa,” not really a port of Cocoa. But what if someone ported not just Cocoa, but also an Objective-C runtime the runs entirely in JavaScript via a browser? Well, the developers at 280 North did just that.” Ars has the entire story.


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