BYOB: Build Your Own Browser, Part 3
Publish Date: Jun. 4, 2004
In part two of this series, Andrew Anderson showed you how to enhance your basic browser with multi-window capabilities. Here, he tackles adding a preferences window and a content eliminator.
BYOB: Build Your Own Browser, Part 2
Publish Date: May. 28, 2004
In part one Andrew Anderson showed you how to get your hands dirty with WebKit. Now in Part 2 he goes beyond the basics showing you how to enhance your basic browser with multi-window capabilities, a preference window, and a content eliminator.
BYOB: Build Your Own Browser
Publish Date: Jan. 23, 2004
WebKit is a fully functional set of web browsing components that developers can integrate into their Cocoa/Carbon applications. Andrew Anderson shows you how to get your hands dirty with this easy-to-use API.
Sliding into WebDAV
Publish Date: Dec. 23, 2003
The Jakarta Slide project provides client- and server-side WebDAV capabilities for Java, effectively turning an HTTP connection into a remote file system. Andrew Anderson takes a look.
Start Me Up: Writing and Understanding OS X StartupItems
Publish Date: Oct. 21, 2003
StartupItems are easy to set up and extremely flexible in managing the startup process. Andrew Anders shows how StartupItems fit into the OS X startup process, what you need to do to create a StartupItem, and an example of a StartupItem that will run the Tomcat Java servlet engine.
PackageMaker Pro Tips
Publish Date: Sep. 16, 2003
One of the best and easiest to use of Apple's developer tools is PackageMaker, a utility that helps you create installer packages. Andrew Anderson walks you through the basic features, then shows you how easy it is to create custom installer packages for your software.
Open Database Connectivity in Jaguar, Part 2
Publish Date: Jul. 25, 2003
In Part 1 of this series, Andrew Anderson explored the intricacies of setting up MySQL with ODBC under Jaguar. He now turns his attention to configuring PostgreSQL to work in this open database structure. Here's the step-by-step on how to get things running.
Open Database Connectivity in Jaguar
Publish Date: Jun. 20, 2003
One of the features
included in Jaguar is ODBC (Open Database Connectivity), which allows programs
to connect to databases from different vendors using the same set of connectivity protocols. Andrew Anderson introduces you to this functionality and shows you how to put it to work.
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