This book provides a serious, in-depth look at Apple's External Accessory framework and the iPhone Accessories API. You'll learn how to create new, integrated solutions that combine iPhone apps with dedicated hardware.
You've developed a killer app for one mobile devicenow it's time to maximize your intellectual investment. With Cracking iPhone and Android Native Development, you'll learn how to quickly retool your app for the full spectrum of mobile platforms and devices.
Widgets are simple, typically small applications for a specific purpose, such as a weather report, a calculator, a stock quote, and the like that reside on the Mac Dashboard. Building these before Dashcode was time consuming though not hard; but now, you can whip up a Widget fast. Creating Mac Widgets with Dashcode teaches you how.
Charles Edge, Zack Smith, and Beau Hunter provide detailed explanations of the technology required for large-scale Mac OS X deployments and show you how to integrate it with other operating systems and applications.
This book is the definitive guide to Apple's Managed Client technology. This is the only book that focuses on this facet of OS X exclusively. If you're a systems administrator, this book will take away much of the pain of working with OS X client systems.
A definitive, expert-driven update of the popular, slash-dotted first edition, containing detailed Mac OS X security information and walkthroughs on securing systems, including the Snow Leopard operating system.
Foundation iPhone App Development by Nick Kuh, will teach readers how to build an iOS 6 SDK-based iPhone app from start to finish in 5 days. From the initial app idea through each step of the development process, the submission and numerous tips and tricks along the way youll learn from Nicks extensive experience developing for Apples App Store.
Whether you're new to Mac OS X, just starting out in web development, or new to developing dynamic sites on the Mac platform, Foundation Mac OS X Web Development will have you creating web pages and hosting them on your Mac in no time.
Foundations of Mac OS X Leopard Security is written in part as a companion to the SANS Institute course for Mac OS X. It contains detailed Mac OS X security information, but also walkthroughs on securing systems.