Cyberdog : The Complete Guide to Apple's Internet Productivity Technology
With Cyberdog, Apple brings its ease of use expertise to the Internet by integrating the Internet and the Web. Based on the multi-platform industry standard, OpenDoc, Cyberdog not only lets people use an intuitive interface to access all Internet features, from e-mail to the World Wide Web, but also provides new opportunities for developers, consultants, and systems integrators to expand and extend its features. Cyberdog provides custom solutions with remarkable ease and simplicity. This text provides an overview of Cyberdog, describing what it looks like, what it does, and how to use it in everyday projects. Guidance is also provided on how to extend and customize Cyberdog by adding or replacing part editors. Sample Cyberdog solutions are offered in order to give a clear understanding of the topic.
- Paperback | 450 pages
- 186 x 231 x 25.4mm | 831g
- 01 Sep 1996
- ELSEVIER SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
- Ap Professional
- Oxford, United Kingdom
Table of contents
An overview of Cyberdog; opportunities with Cyberdog; what you need to know about OpenDoc to understand Cyberdog; what you need to know about the Internet to use Cyberdog; terms and definitions; how to put a Cyberdog part into a document; the rest of it; scripting operations; incorporating Cyberdog into existing processes and applications; interface issues; system design issues for normal people.