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Cocoa is an API consisting of many old frameworks from the NeXTSTEP days and new ones that Apple has introduced since then. Cocoa uses a language called Objective-C, which, being based on C, means that you can use C as well. Before you start to even learn how to use Cocoa and write code in Objective-C there are a few things you will need. Apple provides a completely free package of Applications that can be used to develop in Cocoa and other languages, such as Java. To download this package, you will want to register for a free account from ADC (Apple Developer Connection). This will allow you to download the latest SDK (package of tools), and provide you with lots of sample code and guides.
I like to figure out the fastest way to do things. I hope these keystrokes help you to become the power user that lies within. They should work on most versions of Mac OS (10.7 Lion, 10.6 Snow Leopard, 10.5 Leopard, and even 10.4 Tiger). I’ll be adding more 10.7 Lion keystrokes, so check back!
Click to view We've featured gobs of great Mac freeware over the course of the year—now it's time to check out the best. Keep reading for a look back at the 10 most popular Mac downloads of 2008. NOTE: This list is based on the popularity of posts we've published in 2008 only, regardless of the original release date of the app. Many were brand new this year, while others were solid updates to popular software. If you took a look at yesterday's Most Popular Free Windows Downloads of 2008 , a few of the cross-platform favorites may look familiar. Firefox 3 Is Released for All Platforms
We live in a world where there are the tech-savvy and the not so tech-savvy. Sometimes us tech-savvy need to tell the others how to do different tasks, such as adding a Mail account or doing maintenance. Usually, this is a pain for the one who has to show the other.
Mac OS X only: So you erased your hard drive to install Leopard , and now you've got to load your Mac up with all your essential software. I kept a detailed inventory of the downloads I hunted down all over the internet to load on my Mac this weekend, so I thought I'd save you a few clicks. Here's a list of 20 (mostly) free apps with direct links to their download pages. All downloads are free except when otherwise noted. In alphabetical order: