“When it comes to Apple’s new operating system, Leopard, users are likely to notice the flashy graphics and animations, the tight integration of applications and the speed with which it churns through data. What they don’t see are a large number of the under-the-hood changes that Apple built in so that its own developers — and those who come up with third-party apps — use all of that underlying software goodness,” Michael DeAgonia writes for Computerworld.
“Even developers with limited resources can take advantage of Leopard’s new developer tools — included as an optional install on the operating system’s disk — allowing them to build applications as powerful and flashy as anything coming out of Cupertino,” DeAgonia writes.
“Leopard offers a generous number of new and improved frameworks, solid system-level foundations, new application technologies and even simpler developer tools than those that accompanied Tiger when it came out in 2005,” DeAgonia writes.
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