Tim Burks continues to make it easy to dip your toe into Nu via his brilliant guerilla tactics. Case in point: the new Cocoa Programming with Nu repository on GitHub.
For this project, Tim (and the Nu community) has taken Objective-C examples from Aaron Hillegass’ Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X and translated them into Nu.
What’s Nu? It’s an object oriented LISP implemented in Objective-C. As such, simply integrates into your Cocoa apps. Check some of the code to see Nu in action.
I’ve already purchased Hillegass’ book and will be trying out both the Obj-C and Nu examples when I have time. Can’t wait.