This is a blog post by Andy Pereira, a software developer at USAA in San Antonio, TX, and freelance iOS and OS X developer.
Lately we’re starting to write more Mac app development tutorials on raywenderlich.com, since it’s a natural “next step” for iOS developers to learn!
In our previous tutorial series by Ernesto Garcia, you learned how to create a very simple Mac app called “Scary Bugs” with a table view, images, and editing capabilities.
In this tutorial you’ll go a bit deeper, and will learn how to:
- Use Core Data to save your Scary Bugs
- Utilize an NSArrayController
- Implement Cocoa Bindings
- Transform values using NSValueTransformers
Before you get started on this tutorial, you’ll need to be familiar with the information in the tutorials below:
Okay — ready to dive into the depths of Mac development? Great! Time to get started! :] (more…)