BDControl Framework Lets Cocoa Developers Work Faster
Open Source Framework Lets Developers Work Even Faster
Hoffman Estates, Illinois – September 3, 2002 – bDistributed.com today
shipped the BDControl Framework version 1.0.0, an Open Source framework
that lets Mac OS X developers using Apple’s Cocoa framework create flexible
and robust applications even faster.
Unlike most applications, which have hard-coded searching, sorting, and
querying functions, applications that use the BDControl Framework need not
place arbitrary limits on their users. This means developers can deliver
higher-quality software to their users faster, while simultaneously
increasing the power and flexibility of their applications.
The BDControl Framework builds on the power of Apple’s Cocoa framework for
Mac OS X by providing special qualifier and sort ordering objects for
software developers to use when constructing applications. These objects
let developers work with information at a higher level of abstraction,
reducing code complexity and increasing both code flexibility & reuse at
the same time.
To download the BDControl Framework from the bDistributed.com web site,
visit http://bdistributed.com/Projects/BDControl/. The BDControl Framework
is covered by a BSD-style Open Source license agreement, and is available
for Mac OS X.
bDistributed.com is a Chicago-based consulting firm that specializes in
rapid development of custom Mac OS X and WebObjects business applications.
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