The most up-to-20011029 book on C programming for the Carbon API, Aqua user interface, and Mac OS X system software. Contains highly requested information within the Macintosh community by both individuals and instructors. Upon completion of the book, the reader will have sufficient knowledge to write a serious and useful Macintosh application in C and C++ that will run on Mac OS 8, 9, and the new OS X. Written by the author of MacTech magazine's popular online programming tutorial. Carbon Programming is a comprehensive guide that is logically organized, compatible with the current system software, and includes ready-to-run demonstration programs within each chapter.The book covers Mac programming using the Carbon API. Topics include Scrap, Event Manager, Appearance Manager, Controls, and Lists. Kevin Bricknell is the author of Macintosh C: Programming the Mac OS in C, Classic Edition, which was first published on the Internet in early 1996. The content is now hosted by MacTech magazine, the only monthly magazine focused on Macintosh technology and development, distributed in 64 countries, and read by tens of thousands of programmers and solution providers. Kevin brings the results of feedback from the readers of the previous edition, extending over five years, including confirmation that the basic format and level of content is appropriate to their needs and that the material is in high demand.... the front window, the Window Manager generates an update event so that the contents of the newly exposed area of the rear window can be updated (redrawn) . ... Updating the Window Upon receiving the update event, your application should first call BeginUpdate, which ... On Mac OS X, windows are double- buffered, meaning that your application does not draw into the windowa#39;s graphics port itselfanbsp;...
|Author||:||K. J. Bricknell|
|Publisher||:||Sams Publishing - 2001-01|