This book is a large step forward in facilitating that combined knowledge. While introducing UNIX developers to the tools available under Mac OS X at a favorite price point (i.e., free), it also shows Macintosh developers how to adapt to this new environment and make the most of the new tools now available to them. While the transition from UNIX to Mac OS X may seem daunting, this book is a gentle guide, highlighting the development issues found along the way and smoothing the sometimes serpentine path of coding we all travel.
Mac OS X combines the Unix power developers need with Mac's ease of use, offering a unique combination of technical elements with enhanced performance, compatibility, and usability. Shows readers how to use the Terminal application and the command interface, and explores the many Unix applications using step-by-step screen shots. Readers will learn how to manage, create, edit, and transfer files; configure the Unix environment; navigate permissions, directories and files; run Unix utilities; and configure and run the Apache Web server...
17.2. Redoing Mac OS X's Graphics The professional interface artists at Apple use Adobe Photoshop, just like professional artists everywhere else. But in Mac OS X, they've made very little effort to cover their tracks.
Mac Kung Fu: Second Edition will blow your mind with secret hacks never before made public and little-known tricks that will change the way you work forever. From big tasks through everyday jobs, this book will improve your productivity and refine your workflow. You'll customize and manage the OS X interface, boost the power of built-in apps, efficiently handle the filesystem, implement important security tricks, and much more.
Think your Mac is powerful now? Author Dave Taylor shows you how to get much more from your system by tapping into Unix, the robust operating system concealed beneath OS X’s beautiful user interface. Mountain Lion puts more than a thousand Unix commands at your fingertips—for finding and managing files, remotely accessing your Mac from other computers, and using a variety of freely downloadable open source applications. Take a friendly tour of the Unix command line and 50 of the most useful utilities, and quickly learn how to gain real control over your Mac. ...
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Các phiên bản trước của hệ điều hành Mac OS X, thể hiện trong hình 2,20, có bao gồm những cải tiến ấn tượng trong việc tìm kiếm cho các tập tin và thư mục trên máy Mac của bạn, giao diện Aqua trong đó có cửa sổ trong suốt và "gel" nút mà gây ra rất nhiều bắt chước trong một thời gian, và Dock, đó là
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FreeNAS is free software that turns a PC into a Network Attached Storage (NAS) server. It supports client connections from Microsoft Windows, Apple OS X, Linux, and FreeBSD. It has a web interface for administration and includes support for RAID (0, 1, 5), iSCSI, drive encryption, and UPnP. Based on FreeBSD, it has modest system requirements but is scalable for the enterprise.
This book will show you how to work with FreeNAS and set it up for your needs. You will learn how to configure and administer a FreeNAS server in a variety of networking scenarios. You will also learn how...
Apple provides you with all the tools you need to create great Cocoa applications, for free. This set of tools, known
under the name Xcode, comes with Mac OS X, or you can download it from the developer section on Apple’s website.
Several good books on programming for the Mac exist, but they assume that you already have some programming
experience. This book doesn’t. It teaches you the basics of programming, in particular Objective-C programming, using
Xcode. After some 5 chapters, you will be able to create a basic program without a Graphical User Interface (GUI).
III/ Giới thiệu về EFI và DSDT, hệ thống driver trên Windows và kext trên Mac OS X EFI là gì?
EFI là từ viết tắt của Extensible Firmware Interface, một bộ đặc tả giao thức phần mềm chịu trách nhiệm giao tiếp giữa hệ điều hành (OS) và firmware hệ thống. Nói tới EFI thì quả là lạ lẫm, nhưng nếu nói tới BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) thì chắc các bạn, nhất là anh em tại vOz chẳng xa lạ gì. Và thật vui khi biết rằng, EFI và BIOS thực ra có thể coi là huynh đệ của nhau....
This Book How to Contact Us Acknowledgments
Part I: Cocoa Overview and Foundation Chapter 1. Introduction to Cocoa Section 1.1. The Mac OS X Programming Environment Section 1.2. Cocoa Defined Section 1.3. The Cocoa Frameworks Section 1.4. Languages Section 1.5. The Foundation Framework Section 1.6. The Application Kit Framework
Chapter 2. Cocoa Development Tools Section 2.1. Installing the Developer Tools Section 2.2. Interface Builder Section 2.3. Other Tools Section 2.4. Exercises
Chapter 3. Object-Oriented Programming with Objective-C Section 3.1. Introducing Objects Section 3.2.
Welcome to Learn Objective-C on the Mac! This book is designed to teach you the basics of the
Objective-C language. Objective-C is a superset of C and is the language used by many (if not
most) applications that have a true OS X or iOS look and feel.
In addition to presenting Objective-C, this book introduces you to its companion, Apple’s Cocoa
(for OS X) and Cocoa Touch (for iOS) toolkits. Cocoa and Cocoa Touch are written in Objective-C
and contain all the elements of the OS X and iOS user interfaces, plus a whole lot more. Once
you learn Objective-C, you’ll be ready to dive...
Chapter 2 - Operating-system structures provides new coverage of user interfaces for mobile devices, including discussions of iOS and Android, and expanded coverage of Mac OS X as a type of hybrid system.