byScott McNulty||August 20th 2005 at 1:00amAugust 20th 2005 1:00 am
Jonathan 'The Wolf' Rentzch has an article about using PyObjC to bridge the gap between Python and Objective C to create applications that can use the best of both programming languages. While Python may not be the hottest programming language around (Ruby seems to be getting lots of press as of late), it is a tried and true alternative to Cocoa, and some say it is the easiest language to get started with.
The article includes directions for installing PyObjC as well as 3 Quicktime movies demonstrating certain activities. Rentzch has also posted a companion piece on his blog.