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Eclipse and Mac OS X: A Natural Combination

... Thanks to its highly optimized but fully standard Java implementation, Mac OS X has garnered a reputation amongst developers as an excellent platform for developing and deploying Java applications. The most recent release of Eclipse, the well-respected open-source IDE, for Mac OS X only strengthens the case, as this flexible and highly extensible tool is a favorite of many Java developers. This article provides a quick overview of Eclipse for Mac OS X ... [full article] (6 views)
This bookmark is tagged as: eclipse | mac os x | java development | IDE
"explains very basics of eclipse and also explains why mac os x and eclipse makes the best combination for java coding." - mf
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The Mac Terminal: An Introduction

... Mac OS X isnít just known for itís fancy GUI. Itís known for itís powerful underlying core OS, UNIX, and the Terminal is the way that you can access the UNIX base. For you new switchers, the Terminal is equivalent to the Command Prompt in Windows, or ... [full article] (6 views)
This bookmark is tagged as: mac basics | mac terminal | mac os x | power of mac | macos | mac utilities | mac applications
"as i use it i am loving it" - mf
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