What's New For Developers in QuickTime
"If, like me, you've picked up Cocoa and Objective-C after spending years in other object-oriented languages like Java, you probably don't mind the differences in syntax—you say square brace, I say dot operator—because the ideas are fundamentally similar. And to be sure, developing Cocoa applications is quite pleasant when you get to use tools like Interface Builder, more pleasant than writing hundreds of lines of GridBagLayout code, like us J2SE guys are used to."
(Submitted by Noel Mon Jul 11, 2005 )
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