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Safari Web Inspector

Safari Web Inspector

Web Inspector is an open source web development tool built into Safari that makes it easy to prototype, optimize, and debug your web content on iOS and OS X. Note: As a web developer, you are encouraged to live on the bleeding edge. Download the latest WebKit Nightly, the developmental branch of Safari. It contains experimental, developer-facing(…)

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iOS web settings

iOS web settings

To change security settings From the Home screen choose Settings > Safari, then do one of the following: To enable or disable Anti-phishing, turn Fraud Warning on or off. Phishing is a fraudulent attempt to steal your personal information, such as passwords, account information, user name, and so on. A fraudulent website masquerades as a legitimate one, such as(…)

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MacSupport – Software

MacSupport – Software

Get Mac OS X Support of all Apple Software products right in to your Mac OS X Dashboard. ↓ Download

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MacSupport – Tips

MacSupport – Tips

Get Mac OS X Support, Tips, Tricks, Tutorials, Guides & How To’s right in to your Mac OS X Dashboard. ↓ Download

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Mac Tips and Tricks

Mac Tips and Tricks

Get all Mac OS X Tips, Tricks, Tutorials, Hacks, Support, Downloads, Updates…right in to your Mac OS X Mountain Lion, Lion, Snow Leopard, Leopard or Tiger Dashboard ! Learn How To using Finder, Preview, iChat, iCal, Mail, Safari, Address Book, Expose, Dock, Dashboard, Spotlight, Keyboard Shortcuts…or Customizing Your Mac !↓ Download

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LionTips

LionTips

Get Mac OS X 10.8 and 10.7 Tips, Tricks, Tutorials, Guides & How To’s right in to your Mac OS X Dashboard. ↓ Download

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Moving from Xcode 3 to Xcode 4

Moving from Xcode 3 to Xcode 4

The majority of changes that will affect you for Xcode 4 are related to a redesigned user interface. This post offers a general overview of these differences, including hidden panels and integrated Interface Builder. Overall Interface RedesignPerhaps the most obvious change is that everything is now unified into a single-window interface. When you first open(…)

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Creating an Interactive iPhone App

Creating an Interactive iPhone App

Creating the New ProjectThe purpose of the application we are going to create is to perform unit conversions from Fahrenheit to Centigrade. Obviously the first step is to create a new Xcode project to contain our application.Start Xcode and on the Welcome screen select Create a new Xcode project. On the template screen choose the(…)

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Unity Game Development

Unity Game Development

Unity 3 is a game development tool that has been designed to let you focus on creating amazing games. If you’ve tried Unity before, see whats new in 3.0. If this is your first time, take a look around or try Unity for yourself. Free Full Version for OS X with Unity Pro, Android and(…)

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Ray Wenderlich Tutorials

  Beginning iPhone Programming iPhone programming is like a ladybug – fun and only a little scary! If you’re completely new to iPhone programming, start here! First there’s a tutorial series that will walk you through the process of creating an iPhone app from start to finish – using the most common APIs that almost(…)

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WebKit Open Source Project

Here are some demo web applications that display various web technologies supported by WebKit. Offline CalendarPicking up where the sticky notes example leaves off, the Offline Calendar demo goes much more in depth into the power of the HTML 5 database API.By storing the user’s calendar events in a local databases and caching the application(…)

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Base SDK Missing

Base SDK Missing

For the noobie iPhone App Developer, their reaction to the error message “Base SDK Mssing” on an xCode sample code project, is similar to how I once felt about the “Blue Screen of Death” on a PC. I got that same feeling of frustration when I loaded down the PageControl sample code from Apple. I(…)

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Xcode Development

Xcode Development

NSTableView class to create a single column table view 1. Create an Xcode project Step 01: Launch Xcode 3.0 and create a new project by clicking on File ⇒ New Project. Step 02: Select Application ⇒ Cocoa Application and click on the Next button. Step 03: Specify the Project Name and Project Directory as follows:(…)

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Build a Safari Extension – Videos

Build a Safari Extension – Videos

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Build a Safari Extension

Build a Safari Extension

The best place to start with any new programming job is a simple “Hello World.” With this walkthrough for creating a basic Safari extension, we’ll create a skeleton to build a toolbar button from. If you know HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, you are already 95 percent of the way to your first Safari extension. Get(…)

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Game Development – Tutorials

Game Development – Tutorials

Unity Widgets BuildingBesides regular Mac apps, Unity can build MacOSX widgets, using the Unity web plugin. Customization The widgets are just a web player wrapped with the widget HTML. If you right/option-click on the .wdgt file and select Show Package, you’ll see the generated Unity file and accompanying HTML, CSS and images. Any additional files(…)

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Dashboard Widget Tutorial

Dashboard Widget Tutorial

This tutorial walks you through using Dashcode to create a Dashboard widget. As you follow the steps, you learn how to choose a widget template, customize your widget’s appearance and code, and share your widget with others. Completing this tutorial is a quick and easy way to get started building Dashboard widgets in Dashcode. This(…)

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RSS Feed Reader Widget !

RSS Feed Reader Widget !

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Build Web Apps with Dashcode

Build Web Apps with Dashcode

When you first launch Dashcode (the easiest way to launch it is through Spotlight), you will see that Dashcode has already created some templates for you to build your Web applications quickly (see Figure 1). Figure 1: The various templates provided by Dashcode The best way to learn is to select each template (other than(…)

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Dashboard Tips

Dashboard Tips

Change the Dashboard shelf’s background image:   In 10.4, when you press the ‘+’ symbol in the bottom left corner while Dashboard is active, the Dashboard shelf slides up into view containing all your widgets.The background image used for the shelf can be found here: System/Librar.. /CoreServices… /Dock.app… /Contents/… Resources/perf.png You can replace this image(…)

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Dashboard 10.4(Tiger) and 10.5(Leopard) Tips:

Dashboard 10.4(Tiger) and 10.5(Leopard) Tips:

Change the Dashboard shelf’s background image: In 10.4, when you press the ‘+’ symbol in the bottom left corner while Dashboard is active,the Dashboard shelf slides up into view containing all your widgets.The background image used for the shelf can be found here: …System/Library/CoreServices/Dock.app/Contents/Resources/perf.png You can replace this image with any PNG image you like(…)

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Sample Codes for Dashcode

Sample Codes for Dashcode

Dashboard is a display and management system for Mac OS X desktop utilities, called widgets. Developers can create widgets, such as a clock or a calculator,to provide functionality that doesn’t require the complexity of a large application. Dashcode Sample Codes: Hello WorldIntroductory Dashboard widget example(HTML) (DMG) (ZIP) FortuneDeprecated – Demonstrates use of a widget plug-in(HTML)(DMG)(ZIP)(…)

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Dashcode Video Tutorials

Dashcode Video Tutorials

Watch Dashcode Video Tutorials

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Generic Ajax Widget

Generic Ajax Widget

As part of this article, I’ve included a generic Ajax widget that simply grabs a URL and parses out a small section of the DOM that I’m interested in.It’s a good jumping off point to get going with an Ajaxified widget. Download generic Ajax widget Download the source Dashcode Ajax project Getting Dashcode If you’ve(…)

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