Mac programmer resource
MacTech magazine has announced that it’s hosting the latest version of Macintosh C Carbon: A Hobbyist’s Guide to Programming the Macintosh in C . The guide was penned by K.J. Bricknell and is available both online and in hard copy. It’s a “significantly expanded” version of Macintosh C , which MacTech magazine has hosted since 1999.
The 26-chapter book will be available in print for the first time, according to MacTech magazine publisher Neil Ticktin. The book, published by SAMS Publishing, is called Carbon Programming . (Details on how to order the book are
available online ).
The book is comprised of 26 chapters and associated demo programs. The book’s chapter titles are System Software, PowerPC Run-Time Environment, Managing Memory, and Resources; The Classic Event Manager – Low Level and Operating System Events; Menus; Introduction to Windows; Carbon and Universal Procedure Pointers; Appearances; Introduction to Controls; Dialogs and Alerts; The Finder and the Application; Apple Events; QuickDraw Preliminaries; Drawing With QuickDraw; Offscreen Graphics Worlds, Pictures, Cursors, and Icons; More on Controls; Carbon Printing; More on Windows; The Carbon Event Manager; Files and Navigation Services; More on Resources, and Core Foundation Preferences; Carbon Scrap; Text, TextEdit, Dates, Times, and Numbers; Lists and Custom List Definition Functions; Drag and Drop; Basic Sound and Speech; Miscellany; More On Text – Multilingual Text Engine.