It's an interesting trait that the Mac and iPhone stacks work this way, opting in to complexity and keeping the higher-level APIs sparser and simpler, and you have to wonder whether it's a conscious design decision or a happy accident. read more
Apple took some abuse when their original iPhone SDK was "just webapps." Now that I'm digging into the SDK, I'm looking at what iPhone provides to webapps and wondering if we weren't too hasty and too harsh. iPhone webapps may be a lot cooler than we thought. read more
I"m on the second floor of Moscone West after the WWDC keynote (look for the bald guy with the JavaOne backpack and the ama-gi hoodie. The mood's maybe a little odd because of the lack of any earth-shaking announcements from... read more
Apple will presumably have a support document on this soon enough, but in the meantime, the newly-released QuickTime 7.4 removes many of the older audio and video codecs from export dialogs by default. read more
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"...if you do program in Java and you are interested in developing QuickTime applications, then QuickTime for Java(TM): A Developer's Notebook by Chris Adamson (O'Reilly, 2005) should be on your bookshelf. Better yet, it should be propped open on your desk as you work your way though it."
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