Newtok Apple Mac OSX Development division specialize in developing complex software applications for Mac OSX platforms. Our mac developers have extensive experience of designing and programming custom Mac OSX applications utilizing Carbon and Cocoa development frameworks.
Our team of experts can help you to port existing Windows applications to Mac OSx platform and we can build cross platform applications for both Windows and Mac OSX.
Here is the list of technologies that we use:
Cocoa is Apple Inc's native object-oriented application programming environment for the Mac OS X operating system.
Carbon is Apple Inc's procedural API for the Macintosh operating system, which permits a good degree of forward and backward compatibility between source code written to run on the older and now dated Classic Mac OS (Version 8.1 and later), and the newer Mac OS X.
Xcode is Apple's suite of tools for developing software on Mac OS X. Xcode 2.4.1, the latest version, is bundled free with Mac OS X v10.4.
RealBasic (RB) is an object-oriented dialect of the BASIC programming language developed and commercially marketed by REAL Software, Inc in Austin, Texas for Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows and Linux.