- Apple Developer services and products
The main page for Apple computer's developer services, including back
issues of Apple Directions.
- Apple directions Exress List Server
Apple Directions Express is our biweekly e-mail digest of business news
and information from Apple, set to you over the Internet and posted at
this Web site. It includes pointers-live links at our Web site-to other
sources for more detailed information. Subscribe by sending e-mail to
adirections@thing 1.info.apple.com. In the subject field, type the string
"subscribe [your real name]".
- Key Apple Developer Relations Contacts
Intended mostly for use when standard Apple feedback mechanisms aren't
- Apple FTP Sites
Go to these sites to download Apple software and documentation; the
second site is a mirror site of the main location, maintained specifically
for European developers.
- Development Tools
Listings of Apple and third-party development tools and a variety of
technicaldocumentation and white papers.
- Apple Computer
The Apple Computer home page.
- Apple Forever
Regular updates about the comany ad special communications from Apple executives.
- Mac OS
Go here for the latest information on the Mac OS.
Contains all Tecnotes-new and old-as well as auther's guidelines for
contributing your own technical notes.
- Apple pacific
Contains information about Apple offices and developer support in the
Pacific region, including Japan, Australia, and Latin America.
- Apple Europe
The front door for information about Apple activities-including developer
- Apple International Developer Services and Products
Contains the current list of international Apple Developer Services
locations and contacts.
- Apple Software Licensing
Official information on whether you need a license from Apple and how to
Includes information about Newton 2.0 and Newton toolkit 1.6.
The page to go for the OpenDoc 1.0 SDK and OpenDoc sample parts.
- Third-Party Products
Fill out the form located at this site to add your products to this list.
- It Shipped!
The home page for the It Shipped! program.
- Apple Multimedia Program
Includes information about Apple's multimedia technologies as well as a
searchable database of multimedia developers.
- The Macintosh Advantage
Dedicated to showing why Mac OS-based systems are better than PCs
running Windows 95. This site details Apple's new contest that will
recognize the best Macintosh-hosted Web sites.
- Macintosh PowerBook and Mobile Computing
Complete information about powerbook computers.
Resources for PowerTalk programmers.
- QuickDraw 3D
Everything you need to know about QuickDraw 3D.
- Power Macintosh
Two useful sites for information about Power Macintosh computers.
News and technical and marketing information about QuickTime.
- QuickTime VR
You can find samples of QuickTime VR products here, as well as
information on how Apple's virtual reality technology works and how you
can incorporate it into your multimedia products.
- QuickDraw GX
Look here foe informatiion on QuickDraw GX as well as links to other non-
- Apple Education
Use online dorms located at this site to request product specificatiions,
information about the Apple Education Series (bundled products), and
technical support from Apple engineers.
- Macintosh Application Environment
Contains a sample of the Macintosh Application Environment(MAE),
software that lets UNIX workstations run Macintosh applications.
Contains technical information about designing products that will work
with Apple's powerPC processor-based, low-cost CD playback device.
- QuickTime Live!!
Apple's site for showing multimedia broadcasts of live entertainment,
including images, videos, sound, and QuickTime VR.
- Apple internet Servers
Includes lists of other Apple Web sites as well as Gopher and FTP sites.
- Dr.Gil Amelio
The web page of Apple's new CEO and chairman.
- Macintosh Speech Recognition
As described by its owner, "a showcase for Mac speech recognition tips,
tricks, and software."
- Ambrosia Cafe
Yet another "everything you want to know about the Macintosh" page.
- Apple Developers Listing
Links to the Web pages of hundreds of Apple platform developers.
- The Hartsook Letter
Excerps from The Hartsook Letter, written by long-time Macintosh
market analyst Pieter Hartsook.
- Natural Intelligence
information about Natural Intelligence's tools and solusions, including
Roaster and Roaster Professional.
- Macintosh Vendor Directry
A directory of companies with products for the Macintosh computer.
- Brad's WebSTAR/MacHTTP
A database of all the Macintosh computer-based Web sites that the owner
of this site can find-so far 1,000 entries strong.
- Macintosh Programming Tools
A terrific source for Apple and non-Apple Macintosh programming tools.
- OpenDoc Part Ideas
A repository of OpenDoc software, as well as ideas for software that
could be implemented as OpenDoc components.
- CI Labs
Provides a great of OpenDoc content.
- MacTec Magazine
Contains MacTech Magazine's list of Internet locations for Mac OS
- Nathan's Everything Macintosh Page
A virtual treasure trove of Macintosh information, as its name implies.
- Digitool(Macintosh Common Lisp)
Contains information on the Macintosh Common lisp(MCL) product line.
- The Ultimate Macintosh Page
Contains more Mac OS information and software than you could possibly
The Apple Guide home-away-from-home page.
- The QuickDraw GX Fan Club
The first site includes information designed to encourage the use and
development of QuickDraw GX; the second provides addresses of two
e-mail lists for receiving updates about QuickDraw GX.
- PC Fairy Tales
Information to help debunk common Macintosh myths.
Find out Metrowerkes' CodeWarrior PowerPC development environment.
- Cult of Macintosh
This is the site of another "everything Macintosh" compendium of
information for macintosh lovers.
- Quinn's Human Interface Subtleties
Lists the many human interface subtleties that continue to make the
Macintosh user experience richer and easier.
- Gradient-DCE for the Macintosh
Contains information about Gradient's Mac-DCE product, an
implementation of OSF DCE Secure Core functionality for Macintosh
- Mac*Chat Newsletter
An online newsletter directed primarily at Macintosh customers to help
them make the best use of their Macintosh systems. To subscribe, send
e-mail with the string "SUBSCRIBE MACCHAT" in the body of the message to
- DayStar Digital
Contains information about Daystar's PowerPC upgrade cards and their
newly released Mac OS-comptible Genesis MP media-publishing
- Pages that QuickTime VR
- Site 1
Take the new BMW Z3 roadster for a QuickTime VR test drive.
- Site 2
Shows the 1995 World Series in QuickTime VR.
- Site 3
View a QuickTime VR version of an exhibit of Mongolian art.
- Site 4
See QuickTime VR interiors of Honda Motor Company's new car models.
- Site 5
Real estate tours, for-sale properties.
- Mac vs. UNIX Web Server Performance
Contains a server performance comparison between a Power Macintosh
computer and a Sun SPARC workstation, both being used as Web servers.
Guess which system wins?
- Nisus Software
Click on the Trash icon at this site and see where you end up!
Contains information about Pictorius Prograph CPX and Peregrine, its
visual application client/server database programming environment.
- User Group Connection
Resources and services for marketing your products to Apple's most
influential and enthusiastic users:user groups.
- The Complete Conflict Compendium
A listing of all Macintosh computer software conflicts and known
to the site's owners.
The home page of MacSciTech, the association for scientific/
engineering/technical Macintosh users.
Find out about the annual MacHack hackers conference.
- Macintosh Help Wanted
Need to find programers and others to work on developing Macintosh
products? Go to these locations for help.
- Always Apple
Developed by a group of Apple employees in their copious free time to
give royal Apple customers a place to congrigate on the Web.The
site focuses on candid customer input, live chats, and good news about
- Apple Developer Catalog
The Apple Developer Catalog is now online; check it out! It's a great way
to view and order development tools, technical resources, traning
products and information if you're developing applications and solutions
for Apple platforms.
- Apple Competitive information
Information comparing Mac OS computers favorably with Wintel Pcs;
mostly compares Mac OS systems with Windows 3.1-based machines, but
also includes some competitive data about Windows 95.
- Apple Solution Professionals Network(ASPN)
Download the latest directory of consultants who specialize in Macintosh
- Apple Tech Info Library
Apple's official technical support database-updated daily-with over
12,000articles on all aspects of Apple products, past ad present.
- "Ask Apple" Tech Support FAQs
Frequently asked questions about Apple systems, and their answers.
- Macintosh OS.com
A non-Apple site intended primarily for users, with news, sharewware,
onlinediscussions, and a particularly useful history of Macintosh
computers all the way back to the original Macintosh 128K system.
- Mac QC Links
Information about Macintosh quality-control software and services with
links to sites where you can find tools for testing and debugging
macintosh software. If you develop Macintosh testing tools and services,
you can have your product/service considered for listing at this site.
Also, if you Web page lists Macintosh developer products and sites, the
Mac QC Links site can include a link to your page. To submit your product/
service for listing or to request a link to your page, send e-mail to
The well-known Internet directory and search engine. Yahoo is currently
trying to strengthen its listing of Macintosh -related Web pages; if you
run one, or know of one, go to this site and search to see if Yahho already
includes the page you'de like to list. If not, click the Yahho category to
which your page belongs; then click the "add URL" icon at the top of the
screen, and follow the instructions that appear.
- Polymorphic E-zine
A new online magazine about Macintosh programming, focusing in
particular on Pascal and C/C++.