Topic: Operating Systems
O'Reilly Network articles about this topic:
Running Java Applications on Mac OS X
You can easily create double-clickable versions of Java applications for Mac OS X using MRJAppBuilder. Daniel Steinberg shows you how.
Cocoa Vs. Carbon?
When looking at Mac OS X frameworks to access the functionality of the system, many developers are debating Cocoa vs. Carbon. But they're not really competitors.
Java Plays Prominent Role at WWDC 2001
Steve Jobs may want Mac OS X to be the best platform for running Java -- but Steve Naroff, Apple's senior director of Java technology, adds the goal of making Mac OS X the best desktop for developing Java too.
Linux Compatibility on BSD for the PPC Platform
The Linux compatibility layer allows BSD to run Linux binary applications. Emmanuel Dreyfus explains how he implemented this on NetBSD for the PowerPC.
The Disaster-Free Upgrade to Mac OS X -- Part 2
In the second part of this two-part series, Derrick Story describes a safe migration to Mac OS X for laptop users.
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