A path that specifies the complete disk and folder structure required to identify the location of a file or folder.
A direct reference to an object (as opposed to a copy of the object).
The process of adding one value to the end of another value.
Messages sent between AppleScripts and Mac OS X applications in order to facilitate inter-application communications.
A special menu created by Mac OS X that provides access to computer information, system preferences, and commands that shutdown the system and put it into a sleep.
An English-like scripting language that runs on Max OS X.
A collection of technologies that support the creation of native Mac OS X ...