Five Quick Tips to Speed Up Your Mac

Whether we want it to happen or not, our systems all get a little sluggish from time to time. Sometimes it’s a full hard drive slowing things down. Other times we just simply need more memory for the modern apps than our Mac came installed with. But for all those other times when things just need a quick tweak and tidy? We’ve put together a quick list of five easy steps that should help get your Mac running like it’s factory fresh. 1. Do…
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Button Builder Review The Best Builder for Buttons

Designing and creating web pages is not as easy as it used to be. Standards are getting higher and higher when it comes to the design and layout of web pages. What if I told you there was a way to take at good amount of time and effort out of your construction process with a small, handy app from Realmac Software? Introducing Button Builder – a simple application made to create fantastic looking buttons with ease. Button…
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Beginners Guide Programming Cocoa for OS X

A few months back a friend asked me if I wanted to help work on a small application for OS X. He figured because I had a long history of Windows based programming I would have no trouble making the transition to writing apps for Mac. Well he was wrong for obvious reasons and I also found (unlike coding Windows apps) that the journey to bring my skills up to par for Mac, was a greatly rewarding, yet somewhat convoluted experience.Back then I…
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Balsamiq Mockups_ Wireframing For the Rest of Us

There are several different ways to design a website or a software application. Some people like to start with Photoshop or Illustrator and create the complete design. Others like to start with code, and build up the look at the same time they are creating functionality. Another technique is wireframing, where you mockup just enough of a page or screen’s layout to understand the functionality, then turn it over to a designer to create a finished look.For a couple…
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