The Cappuccino framework has been likened to the recently released (and overhyped in my opinion – seems slow and clunky to me) SproutCore framework. However I am extreamly impressed with how quick 280 Slides responds to user interactions and in addition to this the set of controls provided with Cappuccino have a nicer OS X quality to them.
I wanted to include a couple of code snippets (taken from Cappuccino.org) just to illustrate how similar to Objective-C, Objective J is.
In Objective-J classes are declared much like an Objective-C header file:
@implementation Person : CPObject
Methods are declared using the identical Objective-C syntax:
name = aName;
And class methods can be called using a once again similar syntax:
[myPerson setJobTitle: "Founder" company: "280 North"];
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