Beginning Mac OS X Tiger Dashboard Widget Development

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John Wiley & Sons, 2006年6月27日 - 318 頁
  • Aimed at the estimated 300,000 Mac OS X developers who are interested in customizing and creating widgets for their Dashboards, this timely book shows them how to tap into the power of Mac OS X Tiger to create and customize Dashboard widgets
  • The expert author uses program examples and exercises to illustrate the different ways to customize the Dashboard through widget development using simple authoring tools, Internet plug-ins, and text editors
  • Begins with a discussion of the Dashboard concept and configuration and progresses to coverage of advanced functionality
  • Covers tools, protecting code, configuration, properties, bundles, resources, extensions, and much more
 

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Part I An Introduction to Widgets
1
Part II Providing User Interaction
89
Part III Example Widgets
197
Appendix A Answers to Exercises
291
Appendix B Additional Dashboard Programming Information
295
Appendix C Widget Distribution
301
Index
305
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Fred Terry has been involved in the computer industry since making a left-hand turn into it from Ph.D. work in medieval languages and literature. He has written a number of software manuals and articles and has worked as a systems and network administrator, web developer, programmer, and quality assurance engineer. In addition to his ongoing love affairs with AppleScript and Perl, his current programming infatuations are Ruby and Ajax. Currently, Fred is a project manager for the Information Management Group at Burns & McDonnell. He has a B.A. in English from Southwestern Oklahoma State University and an M.A. in English from Oklahoma State University. He lives in Lawrence, Kansas, with his family and dog. Fred can be contacted at pfterry@deadtrees.net.

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