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Getting Started

A guided introduction and learning path for developers new to Mac OS X.

Mac OS X is a uniquely powerful development platform, supporting multiple development technologies including UNIX, Java, the proprietary Cocoa and Carbon runtime environments, and a host of open source, web, scripting, database, and development technologies. The built-in Xcode Tools, combined with time-tested stability and performance characteristics, standards-based technologies, and remarkable user interface, make Mac OS X an amazingly multifaceted development platform. The current release, Mac OS X v10.4 Tiger, brings developers revolutionary new technologies like Spotlight, Dashboard, Automator, Core Data, Core Image, and many others. These powerful additions to the modern, UNIX-based foundation make Mac OS X Tiger the most advanced operating system available. Read More ...


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Intuit Enhances QuickBooks for Mac: New Tiger Features and .Mac Integration
Intuit updated its QuickBooks: Pro 2006 for Mac application with the best of Tiger features to make a state-of-the-art Mac application.

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Developers may ask questions or share knowledge with their peers from around the world in this discussion forum about Carbon development.

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Discussions regarding native Mac OS X application developments using Cocoa frameworks.

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Technical discussion list for general Darwin software development. This does not include Carbon, Cocoa, or Darwin Streaming Server.

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