Posts Tagged “screencast”

Changing an Application Icon

by john on May 2, 2008

Screencast on how to change an application icon on Mac OS. X

NetBeans, Java, AppleScript and iTunes – Part 2

by john on April 29, 2008

Learn how to interact with iTunes using AppleScript and Java.

NetBeans, Java, AppleScript and iTunes – Part 1

by john on April 24, 2008

Part 1 of a series of screencasts working with NetBeans, Java and AppleScript to interact with iTunes on Mac OS X

Dr Dobbs Article and Mojax

by john on April 18, 2008

My day job is to lead the developer relations and community building efforts for Mojax, an Ajax framework for writing mobile applications. This type of work is a good fit given I’ve been in software development for nearly 20 years, (…)

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TextMate: Execute Inline Ruby

by john on April 16, 2008

Use this tip within TextMate to execute Ruby script inline with your code.

Screencasts with ScreenFlow – Part 3

by john on April 11, 2008

I’ve covered some of the basics for working with ScreenFlow in the two previous posts. At this point I want to show you a non-conventional way that I use screencasts on a regular basis. What I am referring to is (…)

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Screencasts with ScreenFlow – Part 2

by john on April 8, 2008

This is the second post in a series that demonstrates the features of ScreenFlow, a powerful application for creating screencasts.

Screencasts with ScreenFlow – Part 1

by john on April 7, 2008

ScreenFlow is an application for creating screencasts. This first post in a series show the basics for creating and editing videos.

Mac Developer Tips on TV!

by john on April 4, 2008

…NetBeans TV, that is. The short screencast I created on using NetBeans, Ruby and rb-appscript to control scriptable applications on a Mac can now be seen on NetBeans.tv! If you aren’t familiar with NetBeans.tv, it is a popular extension of (…)

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NetBeans 6.1, Ruby and AppleScript

by john on April 2, 2008

Screencast to demonstrate using NetBeans, Ruby and rb-appscript together to control scriptable applications on Mac OS X.