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The full transcript of Memory Dump Analysis Services training with 12 step-by-step exercises. Learn how to analyze app crashes and freezes, navigate through process core memory dump space and diagnose corruption, memory leaks, CPU spikes, blocked threads, deadlocks, wait chains, and much more. We use a unique and innovative pattern-driven analysis approach to speed up the learning curve. The training consists of practical step-by-step exercises using Xcode and GDB environments highlighting more than 30 patterns diagnosed in 64-bit process core memory dumps. The training also includes an...

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Mac OSX Developer Guide

Mac OSX Developer Guide

By: Jesse Feiler

Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann

Publication Date: 16-OCT-2001

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Mac OS X, Apple's newest operating system for the Macintosh platform, is profoundly different from its earlier versions because of its similarity to the UNIX operating system. For developers writing software for OS X this means adjusting to two new environments to create applications and to access the enhanced features of the new OS, Cocoa and Carbon. Cocoa is an object-oriented API in which all future OS X programs will be written. Carbon is a transitional technology allowing compatibility of applications written for earlier versions of the Mac OS with Mac OS X. Mac OS X Developer's...

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Mac® Application Development For Dummies®

Mac® Application Development For Dummies®

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Publisher: For Dummies

Publication Date: 25-OCT-2011

Insert Date: 23-JAN-2012

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The App Store extends to the Mac desktop! Developers: here's how join the fun If you love your desktop Mac and want to enjoy the fun and challenge of developing Mac apps for the App Store, here's your chance to get started. This fun, full-color guide shows you how to create killer Mac apps on, and for, a desktop Mac. The book takes you step by step through the development of two apps while you get up to speed on the Mac App SDK, Xcode 4, how a Mac app runs, cryptography, views, and much more. Shows you how to download the Mac App SDK, set up Xcode 4, and how Mac apps run Takes...

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Cocoa

Cocoa®

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Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Publication Date: 12-OCT-2010

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Develop applications for Mac OS X with this Developer Reference guideMake a clean transition to programming in Apple environments using the elegant and dynamic programming API Cocoa and this practical guide. Written by aseasoned Mac expert, this book shows you how to write programs in Cocoa for the rapidly expanding world of Macintosh users.Part of the Developer Reference series, this book prepares you for a productive programming experience on today's fastest-growing platform.Cocoa is a programming framework for developing in Apple environments, including Mac OS X 10.6 Snow LeopardThis book...

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Mac Programming for Absolute Beginners

Mac Programming for Absolute Beginners

By: Wallace Wang

Publisher: Apress

Publication Date: 21-JAN-2011

Insert Date: 22-JAN-2011

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Want to learn how to program on your Mac? Not sure where to begin? Best-selling author Wallace Wang will explain how to get started with Cocoa, Objective-C, and Xcode. Whether you are an experienced Windows coder moving to the Mac, or you are completely new to programming, you’ll see how the basic design of a Mac OS X program works, how Objective-C differs from other languages you may have used, and how to use the Xcode development environment. Most importantly, you’ll learn how to use elements of the Cocoa framework to create windows, store data, and respond to users in your own Mac...

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Mac OS® X Advanced Development Techniques

Mac OS® X Advanced Development Techniques

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Publisher: Sams

Publication Date: 22-APR-2003

Insert Date: 30-AUG-2003

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Mac OS X Advanced Development Techniques introduces intermediate to advanced developers to a wide range of topics they will not find so extensively detailed anywhere else. The book concentrates on teaching Cocoa development first, and then takes that knowledge and teaches in-depth, advanced Mac OS X development through detailed examples. Topics covered include: writing applications in Cocoa, supporting plug-in architectures, using shell scripts as startup items, understanding property lists, writing screen savers, implementing preference panes and storing global user preferences, custom...