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Lesson 6. Application Environments

Lesson 6. Application Environments

TimeThis lesson takes approximately 1 hour to complete.
GoalsInstall, run, and troubleshoot native Mac OS X applications
Use Activity Monitor to monitor processes


An application environment consists of the libraries, library resources, application programming interfaces (APIs), and services that you need to run applications developed with those APIs. The application environments depend on the underlying layers of the system software: the core services (Quartz, OpenGL, QuickTime, and so on) and the core operating system (the kernel environment called Darwin).


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