Mar 21, 2013 · 6:00 PM
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Presentation by Francis Wolke, from Runa:
Title: Competing with Cocoa - (Seesaw/Swing on OSX)
A product's success or failure is in part determined by how it makes the user feel. Apple knows this, and it shows in quality of their ecosystem. Traditionally, developing for this ecosystem has restricted the programming environments, and languages you can use.
Enter Seesaw. (https://github.com/daveray/seesaw) You can now quickly develop desktops applications that out of the box look almost indistinguishable from their native counterparts on Windows, Linux or OS X.
I'll show you how with a small expenditure of effort you can integrate your seesaw application with the OS X desktop environment. Including but not limited to
- Using Lion Fullscreen
- Ingetration with the OSX dock
- Using the unified toolbar