A new online resource for developers using Mac OS X's Cocoa environment has been launched.
CocoaDevCentral provides a comprehensive set of tools and resources for developers wishing to learn the Cocoa development environment.
Mac OS X, which ships this Saturday (24 March), comes with a companion CD containing Project Builder and Interface Builder, which offer a quick and easy way to the Cocoa environment.
Cocoa is an API (application programming interface) that gives developers access to the advanced features of Mac OS X. It is object-oriented and enables rapid development of Mac OS X applications.
Cocoa Dev Central is aimed at newcomers to Cocoa and offers regularly updated tutorials, news and FAQs.
In related news, reports are emerging that say Apple is working on a Mac OS 9.2 update. This would become the default Classic environment for OS X.