Scan Wifi Networks via objective-c in a Mac OS X app

Is there a tutorial available which explains how to scan for available wifi networks via Objective-C in a mac app? I have been searching for the past few days but only found bonjour related results. I read that CoreWLAN framework is used for wifi scanning and communication, could anyone please guide me in this regards? I just want to create a program which scans for available wifi routers around. And then when I click on any of the router, it gives me a list of devices attached with that router. Is it possible?

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Apple's Developer site has a nice sample project here which seems to explain using code what you're looking for - there's also a somewhat old tutorial here, though it may still help you along.

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