Inside Macintosh: OpenDoc CookbookOpenDoc is a revolutionary cross-platform technology that makes developing software significantly easier. The OpenDoc Cookbook shows you how to create OpenDoc software components, called part editors, for the Mac OS platform. The book contains source code for a complete but basic part editor implemented by the OpenDoc engineering team at Apple Computer to illustrate the correct way to code to the OpenDoc programming interface. The source code is accompanied by step-by-step explanations. The book contains
The OpenDoc Cookbook is a companion book to the OpenDoc Programmer's Guide. The source-code files for the SamplePart part editor and other example part editors are available at http://www.opendoc.apple.com/dev/dev.html.
- instructions for setting up the Macintosh Programmer's Workshop (MPW) development environment to write OpenDoc software
- annotated listings explaining the methods that implement the SamplePart part editor
- descriptions of other sample part editors created by the OpenDoc engineering team to illustrate more advanced features
- summary descriptions of software utilities provided with OpenDoc for the Mac OS
- an introduction to the System Object Model (SOM) technology underlying OpenDoc
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- Preface - About This Book
- Chapter 1 - Development Environment
- Chapter 2 - SamplePart Tutorial
- Chapter 3 - Where To Go From Here
- Appendix A - OpenDoc Utilities
- Appendix B - System Object Model
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