This handbook provides design considerations and rules-of-thumb to ensure the functionality you want will work. It brings together all the information needed by systems designers to develop applications that include configurability, from the simplest implementations to the most complicated.Around this time, James Gosling (who developed aemacsa) had been working for several months on an SGML editor called ... By the fall of 1992 a*7a, a cross between a PDA and a remote control, was ready. ... In early 1993, the Green team heard about a Time-Warner request for proposal for a set-top box operating system.
|Title||:||The In-System Configuration Handbook:|
|Author||:||Neil G. Jacobson|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|