A Practical Guide to UNIX for Mac OS X Users [Repost]

A Practical Guide to UNIX for Mac OS X Users [Repost]

A Practical Guide to UNIX for Mac OS X Users by Mark G. Sobell
English | Dec. 31, 2005 | ISBN: 0131863339 | 1056 Pages | CHM | 3.3 MB

The Most Useful UNIX Guide for Mac OS X Users Ever, with Hundreds of High-Quality Examples!

Unix for Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger: Visual QuickPro Guide

Unix for Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger: Visual QuickPro Guide

Unix for Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger: Visual QuickPro Guide
Publisher: Peachpit Press | ISBN: 0321246683 | edition 2005 | CHM | 552 pages | 14,6 mb

As Unix spreads its tentacles across users' desktops, more and more Mac users are starting to pop the hood and learn about the operating system that's at the root of it all. And there's no better way to conquer that fear than by consulting this Visual QuickPro Guide. Matisse Enzer, who wrote the first edition of this book, Unix for Mac OS X: Visual QuickPro Guide has completely updated this guide to reflect all that's new in Tiger's version of Unix. Readers will learn everything they need to know to make sense of the commands and technical jargon surrounding Unix. In the process they'll find out about useful utilities, editing and printing files, security, and more–all through simple, step-by-step instructions that break the learning process into manageable chunks. Throughout, users will find plenty of the tips and visual references that have become the hallmark of Peachpit's popular Visual QuickPro Guides. Unix for Mac OS X 10.4: Visual QuickPro Guide is perfect for any Mac user interested in learning about the Unix operating system.

Learn Xcode Tools for Mac OS X and iPhone Development

Learn Xcode Tools for Mac OS X and iPhone Development

Learn Xcode Tools for Mac OS X and iPhone Development
Apress; 1st Edition | December 30, 2009 | ISBN-10: 143027221X | 450 pages | PDF | 10.2 Mb

Learn Xcode Tools for Mac OS X and iPhone Development is the only book that covers all of the tools in Apple’s developer toolkit for both Mac OS X and iPhone application development. So many developers are coming to Mac and iPhone and this is the book they’ll need to be productive and efficient in this rich environment.

Aaron Hillegass, Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X (Repost)

 Aaron Hillegass, Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X (Repost)

Aaron Hillegass, Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X
ISBN: 0321213149 | edition 2004 | PDF | 469 pages | 15 mb

According to Apple, "The Cocoa application environment is designed specifically for Mac OS X-only native applications. It is comprised of a set of object-oriented frameworks that support rapid development and high productivity. The Cocoa frameworks include a full-featured set of classes designed to create robust and powerful Mac OS X applications.

Learning Unix for Mac OS X Panther by Dave Taylor, Brian Jepson

Learning Unix for Mac OS X Panther by  Dave Taylor, Brian Jepson

Learning Unix for Mac OS X Panther by Dave Taylor, Brian Jepson (Publisher)
Publisher: O'Reilly; 1 edition (December 1, 2003) | ISBN-10: 0596006179 | CHM | 1,7 Mb | 160 pages

Renowned for its friendliness, Mac OS X has delighted many a loyal Mac user with its combined ease use and underlying strength. By no means simplistic, its intelligently designed operating system and user interface boast of sophistication and power, while still offering accessibility to even the most inexperienced computer users. But Mac OS X has gone one step further: it's turned unsuspecting Mac users into Unix® users, too. Perhaps you're already familiar with Unix, just not on the Mac.

Learning Unix for Mac OS X Panther by Dave Taylor, Brian Jepson (Publisher)

Learning Unix for Mac OS X Panther by Dave Taylor, Brian Jepson (Publisher)

Learning Unix for Mac OS X Panther by Dave Taylor, Brian Jepson (Publisher)
Publisher: O'Reilly; 1 edition (December 1, 2003) | ISBN-10: 0596006179 | CHM | 1,7 Mb | 160 pages

Renowned for its friendliness, Mac OS X has delighted many a loyal Mac user with its combined ease use and underlying strength. By no means simplistic, its intelligently designed operating system and user interface boast of sophistication and power, while still offering accessibility to even the most inexperienced computer users. But Mac OS X has gone one step further: it's turned unsuspecting Mac users into Unix® users, too. Perhaps you're already familiar with Unix, just not on the Mac.

Lynda.com - Unix for Mac OS X Users

Lynda.com - Unix for Mac OS X Users

Lynda.com - Unix for Mac OS X Users | 400 MB
6h 34m | Video: AVC (.mov) 960x600 15fps 100Kbps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 96Kbps 1ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Unix for Mac OS X Users unlocks the powerful capabilities of Unix that underlie Mac OS X, teaching how to use command-line syntax to perform common tasks such as file management, data entry, and text manipulation. The course teaches Unix from the ground up, starting with the basics of the command line and graduating to powerful, advanced tools like grep, sed, and xargs. The course shows how to enter commands in Terminal to create, move, copy, and delete files and folders; change file ownership and permissions; view and stop command and application processes; find and edit data within files; and use command-line shortcuts to speed up workflow. Exercise files accompany the course.

Dave Taylor, "Learning Unix for Mac OS X Panther" (Repost)

Dave Taylor, "Learning Unix for Mac OS X Panther" (Repost)

Dave Taylor, "Learning Unix for Mac OS X Panther"
ISBN: 0596006179 | edition 2003 | CHM | 184 pages | 1 mb

Renowned for its friendliness, Mac OS X has delighted many a loyal Mac user with its combined ease use and underlying strength. By no means simplistic, its intelligently designed operating system and user interface boast of sophistication and power, while still offering accessibility to even the most inexperienced computer users. But Mac OS X has gone one step further: it's turned unsuspecting Mac users into Unix® users, too. Perhaps you're already familiar with Unix, just not on the Mac.

Cocoa Recipes for Mac OS X [Repost]

Cocoa Recipes for Mac OS X  [Repost]

Cocoa Recipes for Mac OS X by Bill Cheeseman
English | 23 Mar. 2010 | ISBN: 0321670418 | 648 Pages | PDF | 4 MB

Completely revised edition, now covering Snow Leopard!

Learn Xcode Tools for Mac OS X and iPhone Development (repost)

Learn Xcode Tools for Mac OS X and iPhone Development (repost)

Learn Xcode Tools for Mac OS X and iPhone Development (Learn Series) by Ian Piper
English | 1st Edition | December 30, 2009 | ISBN-10: 143027221X | 450 pages | PDF | 10 Mb

Learn Xcode Tools for Mac OS X and iPhone Development is the only book that covers all of the tools in Apple’s developer toolkit for both Mac OS X and iPhone application development. So many developers are coming to Mac and iPhone and this is the book they’ll need to be productive and efficient in this rich environment.

iPhoto 09 for Mac OS X: Visual QuickStart Guide

iPhoto 09 for Mac OS X: Visual QuickStart Guide

iPhoto 09 for Mac OS X: Visual QuickStart Guide
Publisher: Peachpit Press | ISBN: 0321601319 | edition 2009 | PDF | 241 pages | 11 mb

With iPhoto '09 for Mac OS X: Visual QuickStart Guide, readers can start from the beginning to get a tour of the applications, or look up specific tasks to learn just what they need to know. This task-based, visual guide uses step-by-step instructions and hundreds of full-color screenshots to teach beginning and intermediate users how to make the most out of their digital photos with iPhoto '09. Perfect for anyone who needs to learn the program inside out, this guide covers everything from importing, tagging, editing, and perfecting images to creating slideshows and photo albums to easy online Web publishing. Readers will learn about everything new in iPhoto '09, including: Faces, which allows you to organize your photos based on who’s in them; Places, which uses data from GPS-enabled cameras or your iPhone's camera to categorize photos by location with easily recognizable names; themed slideshows; online sharing via Facebook and Flickr with one click; enhanced photo editing tools; and more.

Tom Negrino, "Keynote 2 for Mac OS X"

Tom Negrino, "Keynote 2 for Mac OS X"

Tom Negrino, "Keynote 2 for Mac OS X"
Publisher: P––it P–-s | ISBN: 0321246616 | edition 2005 | CHM | 320 pages | 13,6 mb

The first task-based guide to Keynote is back, just in time for the revision of Apple's elegant presentation software, Keynote. Keynote 2 for Mac OS X: Visual QuickStart Guide gets readers quickly up-to-speed on the powerful presentation software through detailed step-by-step tasks and hundreds of screenshots. Business and educational users will want to start leveraging the power of Apple's graphics-intensive Keynote presentation software ($79, as part of Apple's iWork suite) immediately–dragging and dropping graphics, digital photos, QuickTime movies, and audio into their slide shows; creating animations, shadows, and labels for their charts and tables;

Aaron Hillegass, "Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X" (repost)

Aaron Hillegass, "Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X" (repost)

Aaron Hillegass, "Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X"
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional | ISBN: 0321213149 | edition 2004 | PDF | 496 pages | 15,7 mb

According to Apple, "The Cocoa application environment is designed specifically for Mac OS X-only native applications. It is comprised of a set of object-oriented frameworks that support rapid development and high productivity. The Cocoa frameworks include a full-featured set of classes designed to create robust and powerful Mac OS X applications.

Cocoa Recipes for Mac OS X (repost)

Cocoa Recipes for Mac OS X (repost)

Cocoa Recipes for Mac OS X By Bill Cheeseman
English | 2010 | 648 Pages | ISBN: 0321670418 | PDF | 4,7 MB

Completely revised edition, now covering Snow Leopard!
Springing from the original Vermont Recipes Web site, where many of today’s Cocoa developers got their start, Cocoa Recipes for Mac OS X, Second Edition is a programming cookbook that shows you how to create a complete Mac OS X application. In this updated edition, author Bill Cheeseman employs a practical, step-by-step method for building a program from start to finish using the Cocoa frameworks.

Unix for Mac OS X Users [repost]

Unix for Mac OS X Users [repost]

Unix for Mac OS X Users
MOV | AVC 68kbps | English | 960x600 | 15fps | 6h 33mins | AAC mono 96kbps | 498 MB
Genre: Video Training

Unix for Mac OS X Users unlocks the powerful capabilities of Unix that underlie Mac OS X, teaching how to use command-line syntax to perform common tasks such as file management, data entry, and text manipulation. The course teaches Unix from the ground up, starting with the basics of the command line and graduating to powerful, advanced tools like grep, sed, and xargs. The course shows how to enter commands in Terminal to create, move, copy, and delete files and folders; change file ownership and permissions; view and stop command and application processes; find and edit data within files; and use command-line shortcuts to speed up workflow. Exercise files accompany the course.

Quartz 2D Graphics for Mac OS X(R) Developers by R. Scott Thompson

Quartz 2D Graphics for Mac OS X(R) Developers by R. Scott Thompson

Quartz 2D Graphics for Mac OS X(R) Developers by R. Scott Thompson
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional; (March 10, 2006) | ISBN-10: 0321336631 | CHM | 1,4 Mb | 352 pages

On Mac OS X, Macintosh developers depend on the graphics and imaging frameworks of the Core Graphics system to implement multimedia features in their applications. With Core Graphics Apple has answered the increasing demands of graphics developers with a powerful collection of tools, including Quartz 2D and Core Image. Quartz 2D is a modern drawing API with a powerful imaging model. Beginning with Mac OS X 10.4, Tiger, Quartz 2D replaces the QuickDraw® graphics library in legacy applications and provides the functionality developers need to take advantage of the latest hardware.

Matisse Enzer, Unix for Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger: Visual QuickPro Guide (Repost)

Matisse Enzer, Unix for Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger: Visual QuickPro Guide  (Repost)

Matisse Enzer, Unix for Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger: Visual QuickPro Guide
ISBN: 0321246683 | edition 2005 | CHM | 552 pages | 14 mb

As Unix spreads its tentacles across users' desktops, more and more Mac users are starting to pop the hood and learn about the operating system that's at the root of it all. And there's no better way to conquer that fear than by consulting this Visual QuickPro Guide. Matisse Enzer, who wrote the first edition of this book, Unix for Mac OS X: Visual QuickPro Guide has completely updated this guide to reflect all that's new in Tiger's version of Unix.

Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X For Dummies (repost)

Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X For Dummies (repost)

Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X For Dummies by Erick Tejkowski
English | February 24, 2009 | ISBN: 0470432896 | 408 pages | PDF | 12 MB

Cocoa programming is not only the favored development environment for Mac OS X, it’s also a primary tool for creating iPhone and iPod Touch software. That makes this a great time to learn Cocoa, and Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X For Dummies is the ideal place to start!

Photoshop Elements 9 for Mac OS X: Visual QuickStart Guide (repost)

Photoshop Elements 9 for Mac OS X: Visual QuickStart Guide (repost)

Photoshop Elements 9 for Mac OS X: Visual QuickStart Guide
Pe-pit | 2010 | ISBN: 0321741307 | 384 pages | PDF | 19 MB

With Photoshop Elements 9 for Mac OS X: Visual QuickStart Guide, readers can start with a tour of the interface and image-editing basics, or they can look up specific tasks to learn just what they need to know.

Cocoa Recipes for Mac OS X (repost)

Cocoa Recipes for Mac OS X (repost)

Cocoa Recipes for Mac OS X by Bill Cheeseman
English | November 14, 2002 | ISBN: 0201878011 | 780 Pages | PDF | 5 MB

Cocoa Recipes for Mac OS X takes a practical, no-nonsense, hands-on, step-by-step approach, walking you through the details of building a Cocoa application from start to finish. It explains in detail what the code is doing and why it works, Cocoa Recipes places a decided emphasis on getting an application to work correctly as quickly as possible. This collection of, do-it-yourself recipes guides you through the process of creating classes and subclasses, objects, outlets, and actions. Cocoa is one of the main object-oriented software development environments for Mac OS X.