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Mac OS X and IOS Internals by An in-depth look into Mac OS X and iOS kernels Powering Macs, iPhones, iPads and more, OS X and iOS are becoming ubiquitous. When it comes to documentation, however, much of them are shrouded in mystery. Cocoa and Carbon, the application frameworks, are neatly described, but system programmers find the rest lacking. This indispensable guide illuminates the darkest corners of those systems, starting with an architectural overview, then drilling all the way to the core.Provides you with a top down view of OS X and iOSWalks you through the phases of system startup--both Mac (EFi) and mobile (iBoot)Explains how processes, threads, virtual memory, and filesystems are maintainedCovers the security architectureReviews the internal Apis used by the system--BSD and MachDissects the kernel, XNU, into its sub components: Mach, the BSD Layer, and I/o kit, and explains each in detailExplains the inner workings of device drivers From architecture to implementation, this book is essential reading if you want to get serious about the internal workings of Mac OS X and iOS.
Call Number: eBook
Publication Date: 2012-01-01
It's common for law students and lawyers to use Mac computers.This research guide will cover productivity software useful to law students. It covers, word processing, PDF readers, law practice and management software and resources for finding even more.
There's a lot of great software for Macs, from Parallels which allows you to run Windows products on a Mac, to Beedocs Timeline 3D which creates stunning 3D timelines, to Dragon Dictate. Inside are some miscellaneous apps you might want to try. Mouseover each product to get more information.