Practical Smalltalk: Using Smalltalk/V by Dan Shafer and Dean A. Ritz is available in pdf format. This is a book about what we believe may well be the Computer Programming Language of the 90s: Smalltalk.
No, you’re not about to be subjected to yet another sales pitch for Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) and the languages that support that approach to software design and construction. If you’ve purchased this book, you’re already sold on OOP and probably at least to some degree on Smalltalk as well.
Table of Contents
- The Environment
- The Smalltalk/V Language
- The First Project: A Prioritizer
- Programming Techniques
- The Third Project: Creating a New Pane Type
- The Graphic World
- The Fourth Project: A Graphing Application
- The Text World
- The Fifth Project: A Form Designer
File size: 11.67 MB
Number of pages: 251