Brent Simmons’ Macintosh scripting weblog.
Thursday, April 18, 2002
PHP Beginner: Handling Users and Passwords with PHP.
Charles Eicher: Free Spam Filtering for Mac OS X: How to do it. “Spam is reaching unbearable levels and people are desperate for a solution. MacOS X includes traditional Unix mail handling software that is perfect for filtering spam, it’s already installed and merely needs to be configured and activated. Mail.app was recently upgraded to permit access to Unix internal mailboxes, now we can bring the power of Unix mail processing and filtering to this standard Mac application.”
DevShed: Writing Self-Documenting PHP Code.
The IDEs of Mac. O’Reilly on Java IDEs for OS X.
Cocoa Browser v0.3 is a browser for the Cocoa API reference docs. I use it and recommend it. It’s open source, so it’s also useful as sample code.
Peter Chapman’s RezBrowser tool runs in Radio UserLand and allows one to browse the contents of resource forks.
MacCentral: Apple releases Mac OS X 10.1.4.
inessential.com: RFC: Cocoa RSS API.
MacCentral: Cocoa ‘Extreme Mentoring’ training offered by The Big Nerd Ranch.
MacCentral: New beta version of OmniWeb available.
Studio Log: Scripts for Big Cat Contextual Menu Plug-in.
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