Foundation Mac OS X Web Development
Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.
Publisher: Date:7/1/2004 - Friends of Ed
By: Phil Sherry
Mac OS X 10.2, known as Panther, is the latest release to the Macintosh UNIX-based operation system. The upgrade from OS 9 to OS X was an immense shift to a far more stable and feature-rich development environment. The initial product rollout has been met with a very positive user reaction. This book aims to teach all the essentials of developing dynamic websites in OS X in a linear style. This book is not for hardcore developers, but rather for those new to the OS or the Mac, and looking for a primer on website development. Typical readers are: Web development professionals who are exploring development on the Mac for the first time: developers who have worked with previous versions of Mac OS: Mac-loyal designers expanding from print into web design. The book is divided into three sections to make the transition as smooth and friendly as possible: - Introduces OS X environment and its capabilities - Design issues and static page development - Dynamic web page development with databases and server-side languages