Most Web surfers are familiar with the concept of blogging. For some, the idea of taking the time to compose an entry with substance is enticing, for others, however, that just takes too much time. Sharing thoughts and ideas on the Web can be more appealing if you do it quickly and with spontaneity, and that's the whole idea behind Twitter.
SAN FRANCISCO -- When Steve Jobs introduced the new Intel Macs during his Keynote on Tuesday, he asked developers to work extra hard to release universal binaries of their software. The Mac Observer went on the show floor to get reactions from developers and users alike.
At the Worldwide Developer Conference today, Apple announced Xcode, a new set of
developer tools. Developers attending WWDC will receive a free preview release of Xcode
at the conference. Xcode will be available to Select and Premier Apple Developer
Connection (ADC) members online.
Apple previewed the next major version of Mac OS X client and server at the Worldwide Developer Conference keynote presentation.
Everything you've ever wanted to know about AppleScript, but were too lazy to do the research yourself: The Mac Observer would like to invite you to learn more about one of Apple's least understood technologies -- AppleScript
MACWORLD New York-the booths are packed, I see a new product everywhere I turn, and I can feel everyone's excitement; however, something is missing: AppleScript
Stephen Swift shows us how to use the powerful tool of subroutines to make better AppleScripts in this, the 10th installment of his AppleScribt series
AppleScript is a great automation tool. Two clicks and your browser is loaded, your e-mail is downloaded, and your coffee is steaming. Being able to repeat your routine, however, is an essential component of AppleScript. You might have an excellent script that prepares your photos for the Web, but without the repeat loop, editing fifty photos is still a pain