The Macintosh OS is a UNIX-based operating system. This text discusses programming for the Mac OS X. It features code snippets that allow a reader to update existing Mac code and a start-to-finish walk-through of the development of a Mac OS X application. There is detailed information about functions of the Carbon API and coverage of Apple's Project Builder integrated development environment (IDE) and Interface Builder resource editor.Chapter 6, aquot;Menus, aquot; shows you how your program fully supports menus and menu items. Here you see ... It explains how you can store all your programa#39;s text in one easy-to-edit file and how your program can make use of that text on demand.
|Title||:||Mac OS X Programming|
|Author||:||Dan Parks Sydow|
|Publisher||:||New Riders - 2002-01|