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Re: Python on iPhone actually rather good

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On Nov 4, 2008, at 10:33 AM, Michael Torrie wrote:
Are there any good books on python and objc? I doubt you'll be able
make any decent iPhone apps without having a good working knowledge of
Objective C and the python-objc bridge. In my mind that's one of the
cool parts of doing cocoa development in python, but also the biggest
curse of cocoa.
I've found "Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X", in combination with the
PyObjC tutorials on the web, to be a very accessible combination.
I've gone about halfway through the book, just translating the
tutorials from ObjC to PyObjC as I go, and it's worked out fine.

When I need help, I post to the pythonmac-sig list, which is a
friendly and helpful bunch. (I would think that iPhone development
would be welcome there as well, since the iPhone is more or less a
tiny Mac, at least from a development point of view).

- Joe

Nov 4 '08 #1
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