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    • WHAT IS COCOA?
    •  Application environment for both the Mac OS X operating system and iOS. Operating system used on Multi-Touch devices such as iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Cocoa presents two faces:-Runtime aspect and a development aspect. In its runtime aspect:- Applications present the user interface and are tightly integrated with the other visible components of the operating system e.g-finder
    •  Development aspect :- More interesting one to programmers. Cocoa for iOS supports only application development and not development of any other kind of executable. The most important Cocoa class libraries come packaged in two core frameworks for each platform: Foundation and AppKit for Mac OS X & Foundation and UIKit for iOS.
    • How Cocoa Fits into Mac OS X
    • How Cocoa Fits into iOS
    • summarizes some of the frameworksfound at each layer of the iOSstack, starting from thefoundation layer. Core OS. contains the kernel, the file system, networking infrastructure, security, power management, and a number of device drivers. It also has the libSystem library, which supports the POSIX/BSD 4.4/C99 API specifications and includes system-level APIs for many services.
    • Core Services. core services, such as string manipulation, collection management, networking, URL utilities, contact management, and preferences. They also provide services based on hardware features of a device, such as the GPS, compass, accelerometer, and gyroscope. Examples of frameworks in this layer are Core Location, Core Motion, and System Configuration. This layer includes both Foundation and Core Foundation, frameworks that provide abstractions for common data types such as strings and collections. The Core Frameworks layer also contains Core Data, a framework for object graph management and object persistence.
    •  Media. The frameworks and services in this layer depend on the Core Services layer and provide graphical and multimedia services to the Cocoa Touch layer. They include Core Graphics, Core Text, OpenGL ES, Core Animation, AVFoundation, Core Audio, and video playback. Cocoa Touch. The frameworks in this layer directly support applications based in iOS. They include frameworks such as Game Kit, Map Kit, and iAd.
    •  Cocoa Uses the Model-View-Controller Design Pattern Cocoa uses the Model-View-Controller (MVC) design pattern throughout. Models encapsulate application data, Views display and edit that data, and Controllers mediate the logic between the two. By separating responsibilities in this manner, you end up with an application that is easier to design, implement, and maintain.
    •  Audio and VideoCore AudioCore MIDICore Video Data ManagementCore Data Networking and InternetBonjourDirectory ServicesKerberos
    •  Graphics and Animation Core Animation Core Image OpenGL Quartz QuickTime QTKit
    •  Cocoa Bridges to Scripting Languages AppleScript Python Ruby User Applications Address Book Calendar Store Instant Message