A collection of videos about Mac, iOS and Swift.

    Sal Soghoian

    JavaScript for Automation

    WWDC 2014

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    Tags: services

    Automation in OS X has always been about power and choice. Scriptable applications, including Pages, Keynote, Numbers, and the Finder, can already be automated using a variety of languages, including AppleScript, Objective-C, Perl, Python, and Ruby. With OS X Yosemite, application scripting support has been added to another popular language, JavaScript. JavaScript for Automation (JXA) extends the standard JavaScript environment provided by the JavaScriptCore framework with support for querying and controlling all of the scriptable applications running in OS X. JXA scripts are supported at all layers of the system and can be invoked from the command-line, from the system-wide Script Menu, and can even be distributed as code-signed applications.

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    Supporting the Enterprise with OS X Automation

    WWDC 2015

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    Tags: automation enterprise

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