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Cocoa® Programming for Mac OS® X For Dummies® by Erick Tejkowski

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Chapter 21. Ten Great Web Sites for Cocoa Developers

In This Chapter

  • Apple Developer Connection

  • Borkware Quickies

  • Cocoa is My Girlfriend

  • Theocacao

  • Call Me Fishmeal

  • Domain of the Bored

  • Dan Wood and his Weblog

  • Apple Forums

  • Cocoa Dev Central

  • CocoaDev

The Internet is a virtual treasure chest for Cocoa developers. On the Web, you find scores of sites offering Cocoa source code, demo projects, tutorials, instructions, and even personal assistance. This chapter touches on ten important Web sites that will improve your Cocoa experience by offering help and insight into how to program most effectively in Cocoa. You'll find links to professional Cocoa development companies as well as individual Web sites.

Tip

Many of these sites also support RSS feeds, so you can set up a subscription and avoid manually checking the sites for new information.

Apple Developer Connection

developer.apple.com

It makes obvious sense that Apple's Developer Connection would be your first stop in search of Cocoa information. Apple's site offers online documentation (in addition to the built-in documentation in Xcode), tutorials, reference materials, and tons of sample source codes. Further, Apple hosts several user forums where you can ask questions from the professionals or simply read answers to thousands of questions that other developers have posted to the forums. If you visit only one Web site for Cocoa help, this is it.

Borkware Quickies

www.borkware.com/quickies

The Borkware Quickies site offers dozens of useful code snippets ...

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