Developers Get Updated Tool For Building Apps

The Macintosh Developer Center has updated their system-wide development utility, TMDC SysMenu, to version 1.0.2. TMDC SysMenu allows developers to access a wide array of important information from a single menu throughout the system. According to The Macintosh Developer Center:

The Macintosh Developer Center is pleased to announce version 1.0.2 of our shareware utility, TMDC SysMenu. Adding new features such as resolving aliases as well as many bug fixes relating to plugins, this is a must-have upgrade for all users of our utility. Other changes also include a more powerful Plugin API as well as installer changes.

TMDC has also created two brand new plugins for TMDC SysMenu. The new iTunes plugin allows users of Apple iTunes to control the playback from any application with TMDC SysMenu and the new Keychain plugin allows users of Mac OS 9.0 and higher to control their keychain with ease.

TMDC SysMenu is a utility which allows users to access their applications, documents, control panels, as well as SysMenu plugins from a system wide menu as well as organize them within folders and submenus. Featuring an attractive and easy to use control panel, TMDC SysMenu is not only a productive utility but a time saving method of launching applications.

TMDC SysMenu is available for US$15. You can find more information at The Macintosh Developer Center Web site.