Mac OS X is a UNIX-based operating system. It comes with development tools, and Java 2 standard edition implementation, including a HotSpot client virtual machine. Using Java as a development language on Mac OS X, you can develop programs which exploit the Cocoa programming interface, allowing you to build powerful native Mac OS X applications. You can use pure Java to develop cross-platform Java applications, which will have look like native applications on Mac OS X, Windows, and elsewhere. You can also use Java as a server-side development language, to build web applications hosted on the Apache Server which Mac OS X includes as standard.... up a Terminal window. You dona#39;t want to have to enter the information every time you run a Java app using j ava -cp alt;my classpathagt; myApp. ... One solution to this problem is to put your particular settings in a text file that is saved either as .login or as .tcshrc in your home directory. If youa#39;ve never really ... 8. X ... Java. Command-Line. Tools. Theya#39;re all there. All of the commands you are used to using in a UNIX or Windows ... You can create Java archives (JAR files) with j ar. As withanbsp;...
|Title||:||Early Adopter Mac OS X Java|
|Author||:||Daniel Steinberg, James Hart, Murray Todd Williams, John Hopkins|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2001|