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Technical Notes: Cocoa
AppleScript is Apple's native scripting technology. It enables users to directly control scriptable applications by creating sets of English-like instructions, or scripts. Cocoa applications can take advantage of automated support supplied by the Foundation and Application Kit frameworks to make their applications scriptable. A scriptable application is one that is capable of performing operations or returning data in response to Apple events.

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Using AppleScript Scripts in Cocoa Applications (HTML)
TN2084: Explains how to work with AppleScript scripts in your Cocoa application.
Scripting Interface Guidelines (HTML)
TN2106: Directions for providing a clean and consistent scripting interface for your application.
The Enhanced Print Apple Event (HTML)
TN2082: Describes an enhancement to the print Apple event that gives developers more control over scripted printing.