Things I've done with Mac OS X
- Key Bindings [updated 2002-07-08]
Key Bindings is a cool feature of the
that is, unfortunately, not very well documented. I've
a few pointers to help you start using this neat capability.
- The Mandelbrot Set
I just love the Mandelbrot Set. My "learn
application has been
this Mandelbrot Set viewer.
If you're interested,
here's the source code.
(Apologies for calling the project "CustomView").
- MTCoreAudio.framework 1.3.2 [updated 2007-11-04]
Apple's CoreAudio library gives you a lot of flexibility and
power for querying and manipulating the audio hardware
attached to your computer. However, it's easy to get
lost in the sticky details of the C API. I've written a
Cocoa-flavored Objective-C wrapper around CoreAudio, with
the idea that all the tedium is taken care of for you, so
you can concentrate on the actual doing-stuff
part of your application. The framework exposes most of
CoreAudio's functionality to you in a nice, object-oriented
fashion while still giving you the flexibility to do anything
the hard way if you want/need to.
Download MTCoreAudio.framework, its source code, and
two example programs with source (a simple, command-line
program, and a more sophisticated, graphical Cocoa application)
as either a
(and its PGP signature)
compressed tar file
(and its PGP signature).
- Networked Home Directories
Find the secret NetInfo incantations necessary to
have a networked home directory without using
Mac OS X Server.
Mac OS X