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Session

An Introduction to the Cocoa Document Architecture
mmalcolm Crawford, Apple Computer, Inc.
Scott Anguish, Apple Computer, Inc.

Track: Programming
Date: Wednesday, October 02
Time: 5:00pm - 5:45pm
Location: Lafayette/San Tomas/Lawrence

Cocoa provides developers with a collection of classes that support the creation of applications that can create, open, load, and save multiple document files, of various types. Each file may be represented by a single window, or in a number of windows, either of the same type, or presenting different user interfaces, and representations of the data.

mmalcolm Crawford gives an overview of the main classes that are used in multi-document applications, and describes how to use the architecture supplied by Cocoa to develop applications that can create, open, load, and save multiple document files.


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