Metrowerks CodeWarrior Developer's Guide, MacIntoshby Dan Parks Sydow
"Ventana's The Metrowerks CodeWarrior Profesional Book starts with an example, which evolves throughout. Readers learn to use the PowerPlant application framework to greatly reduce development time. Each step of the development process is explained, followed by a new piece of the main example. The book also covers alternative program-ming methods using CodeWarrior Professional. Plus readers learn to take advantage of the features in Rhapsody, Macintosh's new operating system, in a special section featuring tips and techniques for writing code. Sections on how to port a Macintosh application to run on Windows 95/NT and on Rhapsody help users maximize the dollar return on their programming efforts"
Describes the entire software development process using one example developed throughout.
Includes short examples demonstrating how to implement each theory presented, using CodeWarrior Professional's programming techniques and development tools.
Includes thorough coverage of PowerPlant, Metrowerks' application framework.
Shows how to port a Macintosh application to run on Windows 95/NT and on Rhapsody.
Complete code for the book's example applications
Source code snippets
Dan Parks Sydow (Milwaukee, WI), a consultant and freelance writer, has written more than a dozen programming books. Among his credits are: Mac Programming for Dummies, Programming the PowerPC , More Mac Programming Techniques and Jumping to Java: Fast Track for C and C++ Programmers.
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