Worldwide Developers Conference
slated for June 28 to July 2 in San Francisco, now is the time for developers to get their applications in order if they want to demonstrate them at the show. To that end, Apple Developer Connection (ADC) recently launched the
ADC Reference Library, a comprehensive collection of technical resources complete with advanced filtering, sorting, and browsing functions.
The ADC Reference Library’s main page contains top-level headings for a wide array of topics important to developers, such as WebObjects, Games, AppleScript, Darwin, and more. Clicking a topic takes you to a page full of sub-topics pertaining to it. Sub-topics contain lists of sample code, release notes, documentation, technical Q&As, technical notes, and other downloadable files.
Revision lists allow you to quickly see what’s changed recently while a drop-down jump menu allows you to see the library by file type from the main page, or by other criteria when you’re on a topic or sub-topic page. If you would like to read a basic primer on using it, read the article
“Making the Most of the ADC Reference Library.”