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Started by Stephen McMahon Oct 2, 2012.

Cocoa Tips 1 Reply

Started by Lee Altenberg. Last reply by Lee Altenberg Nov 7, 2011.

Cocoa programming meet-up 10 Replies

Started by Stuart Malin. Last reply by Stuart Malin Jan 19, 2009.

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Comment by Stephen McMahon on August 2, 2013 at 6:09am

Is anybody here using Reactive Cocoa?  I came across this inNSHipster recently and I keep coming back to it thinking that I may experiment with it some this weekend.  This MVVM tutorial on Cocoa Samurai that uses it looks pretty interesting.

Comment by Lee Altenberg on November 5, 2011 at 4:23pm
Hey, I'm turning to you guys hoping to solve a Cocoa problem.  I wrote and app that works fine under Leopard - I push a button and see a cellular automaton (CA).  But under Snow Leopard and Lion, the CA doesn't get drawn, unless I hide and unhide the app.  Any clues as to where the fix is? Thanks.
Comment by Jerry Isdale on November 12, 2009 at 2:41pm
Anyone going to the SBIR/STTR event on Maui next week? I'm on island for a short bit and would like to meet fellow CocoaHeads on my soon-to-be-new home.
Comment by Stephen McMahon on November 2, 2009 at 11:02am
I'd be interested in attending such a meet-up as well.
Comment by Sub Callnop on November 2, 2009 at 10:14am

What are the chances of a Cocoa meetup? :)

Comment by Stuart Malin on October 30, 2009 at 4:28pm
Just came across this Alan Kay quote in a Joe Armstrong presentation (on erlang, of course) at QCon... and it struck me that this is germane to the discussion that we had about Objective-C and its syntax... but as Alan Kay was pained to point out: look beyond the syntax to the key underlying feature of OOP - message passing:

"Folks --

Just a gentle reminder that I took some pains at the last OOPSLA to try to
remind everyone that Smalltalk is not only NOT its syntax or the class
library, it is not even about classes. I'm sorry that I long ago coined the
term "objects" for this topic because it gets many people to focus on the
lesser idea.

The big idea is "messaging"....
If you focus on just messaging -- and realize that a good metasystem can
late bind the various 2nd level architectures used in objects -- then much
of the language-, UI-, and OS based discussions on this thread are really
quite moot.
Comment by Stuart Malin on August 29, 2009 at 2:25am
Aloha all. With Snow Leopard out now, if you are writing Cocoa apps and want to conditionally take advantage of Snow Leopard features, review Apple's latest info on cross-SDK development:

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