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Session

Cocoa Programming in Perl
Adam Turoff, Consultant

Track: Perl
Date: Thursday, July 29
Time: 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Location: Salon A

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Starting with Mac OS X 10.3, Apple has provided Perl access to the Cocoa frameworks through the PerlObjCBridge module. Using this bridge module, Perl programs can interact directly with native Cocoa objects and frameworks, such as AddressBook and WebKit.

This talk describes how to get started with PerlObjCBridge and how to use Perl to write simple glue programs for Mac OS X.



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