February 1, 2005
Creating OS X Cocoa Applications Using XML and Python, Dethe Elza
This talk will cover the use of Renaissance and Python to develop programs for OS X, focussing on both rapid application development, and ease of maintenance. Renaissance is an XML dialect for describing Cocoa (or GNUstep) user interfaces, which can be used as an alternative to Apple's binary NIB format. It grew out of the GNUstep? project and is intended for use with Objective-C, but works seamlessly from Python with the PyObjC bridge.
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