Updated Edition of Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X Released

In our Christmas Gift Guide from last December, we highlighted a selection of OS X-centric literature, including the standout Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X by Aaron Hillegass, often hailed as ‘The Bible’ among Mac developers.

Originally, the book was slightly behind the times, but recently, a refreshed third edition has hit the shelves.

This latest version incorporates discussions on Objective-C 2.0, Core Data, Garbage Collection, Xcode 3, and Core Animation, aligning it with the latest advancements in Mac OS X Leopard.

Priced at only $32 on Amazon.com, this updated edition is essential for every developer’s library and any aspiring developer’s reading list.

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Tj Luoma

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