. Sounds like notifications. Since when should your view objects be communicating with each other. That is what the controller is for. 2. SQLite is included. For OS X and the newer iPhone OS 3.0, look into CoreData. 3. The same engine used in" /> Mac Forums - View Single Post - Coming from .NET
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1. Sounds like notifications. Since when should your view objects be communicating with each other. That is what the controller is for.
2. SQLite is included. For OS X and the newer iPhone OS 3.0, look into CoreData.
3. The same engine used in Safari. But why when you have Interface Builder to build the interface.

I think you need to learn Cocoa from the ground up so you can make your own comparisons and understand how to find those answers. Surprisingly the Stanford iPhone Programming course available via iTunes U is a good primer to many Cocoa concepts. The downloads include video of the classes and the PDFs. They also had a Cocoa Programming course last year, but no video for it. A good book is "Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X" by Aaron Hillegass. I'm assuming you have Leopard, so you would want the third edition of that book.

A good online source for introduction stuff is CocoaDevCentral.

Search this forum and you'll find other suggestions.

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