Cocoa

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3 days ago By Dog Park Software Ltd.

MacDoppler

MacDoppler for Cocoa was re-written from the ground up to take full advantage of all the great Cocoa capabilities in OS X on PPC as...

April 9, 2010 by

Apple Mobile: Jobs vs Ad Industry, Adobe, Microsoft & Developers?

Ipad and iPhone developers look set to be trapped in a sea of Cocoa by Apple for the foreseeable future if the language of the latest iPhone OS 4 SDK proves to be enforceable by Apple.The only drink on the menu for developers are the Cocoa frameworks that consist of libraries, APIs, and runtimes that form the development layer for all of Mac OS X.

June 18, 2015 By Viscosity VPN

Viscosity

Viscosity is an OpenVPN client for Mac, providing a rich Cocoa graphical user interface for creating, editing, and controlling VPN...

August 14, 2008 by

Countering an Apple-favoring .NET critic

I've been investigating Apple Cocoa API as I plan to complement my Windows and UNIX development skills with skills in Mac development. That doesn't mean I am willing to accept weak attacks what I consider to be a superior development platform: .NET.

June 18, 2015 By 2ManyRobots

Yate

Yate was developed for people who are serious about tagging and organizing their audio files. The application was designed from the...

May 25, 2007 by

Chocolate toothpaste?

According to a short article from Tulane University Magazine, chocolate toothpaste is better than fluoride. This article doesn't offer lots of details, but has been widely taken up online. It simply states that a researcher found that an extract of cocoa powder "whose chemical makeup is similar to caffeine, helps harden teeth enamel, making users less susceptible to tooth decay." If this research is serious, a toothpaste using this cocoa extract could be available at your local drugstore within five years.

April 5, 2006 by

Eighty-five percent

Despite globalization, there are alwayslocally produced specialties to check out during my travels.  Unsurprisingly,one of my purchases last week while in Zürich was an assortment of Swisschocolate, purchased in the basement market of the Globus department store. One of the things that intrigued me was the dazzling array of cocoaintensity available.  I do like dark chocolate and thus, defaultingto the childhood notion that a bigger number is better, bought a barof the Lindt Excellence 85% cacao chocolate. Though that link is to Lindt USA, I've never seen the 85% versionhere.The verdict?  Sometimes you canhave too much of a good thing.  It's like eating raw cocoa powder. The 70%version was much better.A few weeks prior, one of my main purchasescoming out of the Nordic countries was several packages of local smokedsalmon.  One of my favorite bring-backs from Europe.I'm going to Asia in two weeks, andthe last stop is Kuala Lumpur.  While I'm always on the lookout fordecorative Asiana, I know my last stop there will be the famous night market.

May 31, 2001 by

The Mac is dead! Long live the Mac!

COMMENTARY--Last week's column generated qualitatively remarkable feedback,divided into two clearly delineated camps: the Cocoa/Mac OS Xproselyte faction, and existing Mac developers. The former groupcalled me names and wanted to know why I was maligning Apple, thelatter group thought I was either quite balanced or too nice.

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