Tuesday, December 22, 2009

My first ever Objective-C Mac App

After figuring out how to run Xcode this morning, I have completed my first ever Objective-C Cocoa App. Now most people say "Hello, World!" or other such hackneyed stuff.

I thought I might try something with a dash more pizazz. The left-hand button uppercases the input text. The right-hand button lowercases the input text. Here's my first test of this staggeringly good new program:


bathmate said...

So nice your posting.
Everything looks good in your posting.
That will be necessary for all. Thanks for your posting.

Captain Fatty said...

Very good. Now add a button called SHOUT and get the program to speak the text in the text field. Hint: Aaron Hillegass' book "Cocoa Programming For Mac OS X" features an app like this and the book is the bible for cocoa beginners.