F-Script (programming Language) - Usage

Usage

F-Script is chiefly used as a lightweight scripting layer on top of Mac OS X's Cocoa API. It can be embedded in applications using the F-Script framework and Interface Builder palettes. It can also be used interactively from the F-Script interpreter to prototype applications. Finally, it can be used to explore applications' object hierarchies using an injector such as F-Script Anywhere.

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