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Mac OS 10.5 (Leopard): i commenti sulle nuove funzionalità esposte alla WWDC '06

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http://news.softpedia.com/news/Upcoming-iMacs-To-Bring-A-Different-Design-49814.shtml

sto aspettando con impazienza questi, appena escono e sento il primo feedback ne prendo uno da 20".

Idem per Leopard, intile dire se prenderlo subito o alla 10.5.2043, basta aspettar i feedback, se la gente dice che è generalmente stabile perchè non prenderlo subito? Se la gente dice che è inutilizzabile fino al primo aggiornamento perchè prenderlo subito?

Certo, se si aspetta la prima release delle macchine con Leopard c'è un risparmio.

Nel mio caso comunque l'acquisto del mac dipende dall'uscita dell'imac, non da leopard.

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Ecco una piccola selezione del testo di presentazione dei seminari riguardanti le novità di Leopard:

http://developer.apple.com/wwdc/sessions/

Adopting Modern Internationalization APIs

Prepare your application for the global marketplace with modern internationalization APIs. Learn how to replace the deprecated Script Manager APIs with the new Text Input Sources Services and other modern Leopard APIs to simplify and enhance your code base. Learn about the new Leopard Dictionary and Language APIs and how to create your own dictionaries and glossaries.

Building Animated Cocoa User Interfaces Presentation

Delight your users with dynamic, responsive user interfaces. In Leopard, standard AppKit NSViews can be rendered and animated using Core Animation. Learn how to combine familiar Cocoa controls, views, and event handling with the power of Core Animation layers to create stunning user interfaces.

Integrating iCal Events and Tasks into Your Application

The Calendar Store framework, provided in Mac OS X Leopard, is a simple interface to a user's iCal data. Using the Calendar Store, applications can read, create, and modify events and tasks with just a few lines of code. This hands-on session explores the ways your application can use calendaring to keep users connected, even when your application isn't running.

Spotlight and Quick Look Lab Lab

Receive one-on-one technical assistance and troubleshooting advice from the Spotlight and Quick Look engineering team, Apple developer technical support engineers, and technology evangelists. Learn how easy it is to provide users with Spotlight and Quick Look plugins so they can search and preview your application's documents. Bring your laptop, your code, and your questions.

Synchronizing Data with Sync Services

The Sync Services API lets your application access synchronized information, such as calendars, contacts, and your own custom data from .Mac and other sync clients. New features and enhancements in Mac OS X Leopard make syncing easier and faster than ever. Learn about creating custom schemas, Core Data support, client development, and everything else you need to develop with Sync Services.

Creating Custom Installers with Leopard's New PackageMaker

Leopard adds exciting new technologies for software installation. Discover how to use the new PackageMaker 3.0 to create signed packages and automatic Internet download packages. Learn about the new home directory support, and walk through the best practices for managing your application upgrades using Leopard's new receipt tools.

Discovering Wiki and Group Services in Leopard Server

Leopard Server delivers powerful collaboration and group communication tools to help you define, create, and administer groups in your organization—whether you are a new business just launching, or a workgroup in a large enterprise. The new Wiki in Leopard Server lets you gather, tag, and coordinate resources, people, and assets. Explore these new productivity tools in depth, and learn about examples of how they can be used together for various environments.

From Power On to Log In: Inside the Mac OS X Leopard Boot Process

Gain insight into the Mac OS X startup process from the time the power is turned on until the login prompt appears. Developers of file system plug-ins can learn how to boot from volume formats not supported by the Mac boot ROMs while avoiding the need to write Extensible Firmware Interface (EFI) or Open Firmware drivers.

Getting Started with Xray

Xray is a new application in Leopard that lets you visualize what your application is doing as it runs. Discover how Xray will help you to better understand, debug, and optimize your application. You will learn how to use the included instruments to trace memory and CPU usage, how to create an automated testing template, and even how to create your own instrument using the power of DTrace.

Integrating iCal Events and Tasks into Your Application

The Calendar Store framework, provided in Mac OS X Leopard, is a simple interface to a user's iCal data. Using the Calendar Store, applications can read, create, and modify events and tasks with just a few lines of code. This hands-on session explores the ways your application can use calendaring to keep users connected, even when your application isn't running.

Interface Builder 3.0: Creating an Interface from Start to Finish

Interface Builder 3.0 is brand new for Leopard. The new version provides even better integration with Xcode, a library window for access to all your controls, a new connections interface, support for Leopard's new visual effects, and the new XIB file format. Learn how to put all these new features to use, and see a demo that creates a great new user interface from scratch, right in front of your eyes.

Introducing Podcast Producer Information Technologies

As podcasting increases in popularity as an important new media-distribution channel, many organizations are evaluating how to create and deliver their content. Podcast Producer in Leopard Server provides the tools to capture, process, and deliver your content with the flexibility and scalability to meet the needs and challenges of this new medium. Learn what comes "in the box" in Podcast Producer, how to extend and scale your infrastructure, and how to change the sample media-processing workflows. Also, hear recommendations on how to set up for different types of environments.

Leopard Server and Time Machine Lab

Time Machine is an innovative backup solution built in to every copy of Leopard. Leopard Server can be used as a Time Machine backup target allowing businesses, schools, and other organizations to back up to a central location. In addition, Leopard Server includes tools for automatically configuring the setup of Time Machine settings on Leopard client systems. Receive one-on-one technical assistance and troubleshooting advice from the Leopard Server and Time Machine engineering team, Apple developer technical support engineers, and technology evangelists. Walk through setting up and using a Leopard Server as a Time Machine target.

Modernizing Your Text Rendering with Core Text

Adopt the new Core Text APIs that replace the deprecated QuickDraw Text APIs. Learn how to replace your handling of Pascal and C strings, text encodings, fonts, styles, layouts, and more with Core Text and other Leopard APIs. If you're currently using ATSUI to achieve simple Unicode text rendering, learn how you can switch to Core Text for faster rendering.

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se lo si rubacchia...è peccato?

è assurdo perché è una beta ed è instabile.,

lascia perdere.... se proprio devi "rubacchiare" attendi la versione definitiva...

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La discussione è vecchiotta (2006) e superata da quella relativa alla WWDC del 2007.

Inoltre, non è idonea per parlare di specifiche e "reperibilità"...

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