WWDC and WebKit
One of the prizes for winning the O’Reilly contest was a free registration to this year’s WWDC.
I’m totally looking forward to it, of course. I’ve never been before.
Aside from meeting other developers, the thing I’m looking forward to the most is session #424, Advanced WebKit APIs.
From the description: “Go in-depth on how to embed Safari HTML rendering capabilities within your Mac OS X application and customize its behavior. Details will be provided on how to change locations, manage contextual menus, show progress indication, and take advantage of history and page caching.”
NetNewsWire needs WebKit.