The Apple Developer Program for Mac lets developers build apps for Apple’s operating system.
You can use this program to install any of Apple’s software packages.
For example, you can install the latest version of the iPhoto app on your MacBook.
If you’re a Mac owner and don’t already have a developer account, you should register with Apple.
But if you don’t have one, you might want to try registering with the Mac App Store.
To install the software on the Mac, open the System Preferences, go to the General tab, and click on the Apple Developer tab.
This opens a menu with the following options: Create a developer program You can create a developer app from scratch, or download one that’s already installed.
For more information, see Creating a developer project.
Install a developer package Install a package from the Mac Software Store or another digital store.
This lets you install software from other computers and other devices.
For information about installing software on a Mac, see Installing software.
Once you have installed a developer application or package, you’ll need to configure it to run on your computer.
You may need to enter a password to do this.
You also may need a password when you login to your account.
For instructions on how to create and configure a developer session, see Configuring a developer mode.
Open a command line window.
If all of these steps have gone smoothly, your Mac will show up in the list of applications on the desktop.
To start building a new app, click the New button.
A menu will appear with three options: Add a file name.
If your app has a single file name, this will open a file editor that will allow you to rename, delete, or change its file name and icon.
You’ll also see an icon next to the file name to help you select an icon.
This icon indicates that your file is ready for distribution.
For details, see Rename and rename files.
Add a project.
This option allows you to add a new source file to your app.
The name of the file is displayed in the file editor.
You will need to supply a name for the project.
For help, see The name field in the File menu.
For a more detailed explanation of the options, see Add a source file.
Rename the file.
This menu item lets you rename the file, and change its name, icon, and title.
To rename a file, you must enter the file’s name in the name field.
To do this, click on File, and then click Rename.
The Rename button will open.
If the name you enter matches the name of a file already installed by another user, the file will be renamed to the name displayed.
If not, the renaming process will fail.
For additional details about renaming files, see the Renaming and renaming instructions in the Rename instructions.
If an app doesn’t have a single name, but instead has several names that all end in the same letter, this is called an extension.
For further information, read App extensions.
If no extension is specified, the application is named the same as the file it is in.
You have a variety of ways to name your app and its files.
For an example of how to do that, see Name an app.
When you are finished renaming the file that you’re creating, click Finish to close the renamer.
For your app, you will have a new folder called app in the Finder.