Off-platform Apple II development

Posted Wed, Aug. 29th 2012 in Echoes of KFest (video)

In this session, Dagen Brock deals with using modern development tools and languages to create code and assets for use in Apple II software, including definitions and comparisons of off-platform and cross-platform development; creating build pipelines; using modern tools to create audio and visual assets; and tying it all together, as well as conjecturing what additional tools could be developed to assist in this process.

Recorded on 7/22/2010 by Ken Gagne and made available under a ,Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0) Creative Commons license.

How to Use Your Apple II as a Dumb Terminal for Mac OS X

Posted Wed, Aug. 8th 2012 in Echoes of KFest (video)

Ever want to use your Apple II as a terminal for your Macintosh? Stavros Karatsoridis demonstrates what cables, adapters, and software are needed to connect your Apple II to the Terminal application in Mac OS X. Includes an ADTPro tutorial.

Recorded on 7/23/2010 by Ken Gagne and made available under a ,Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0) Creative Commons license.

Networking your Mac or PC to your Apple II

Posted Mon, Mar. 5th 2012 in Echoes of KFest (video)

Serve files to your Apple II the cheap and easy Way! If you have an enhanced Apple IIe or an Apple IIgs, then you have a computer that can access files shared from a current-day Mac, Windows, or Linux computer, and even boot ProDOS or GS/OS from the network instead of a disk. Ivan Drucker’s KansasFest 2011 session shows you the plan to get your II on the LAN. Download A2SERVER from http://appleii.ivanx.com/a2server/.

Recorded on July 22, 2011, by Ken Gagne and made available under a Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0) Creative Commons license.

The Forgotten II: The Apple IIe Card for the Macintosh LC

Posted Thu, Jul. 23rd 2009 in

by Ivan Drucker

In this session I’ll discuss and demonstrate this little-known but thoroughly awesome member of the Apple II family, and will explain how it uses the LC’s resources to create a maxed-out, souped up Apple IIe. I’ll also describe how it can be a networkable bridge between 5.25″ floppies and modern Macs. You’ll want your next Apple II to be a Mac LC!

Location: Student Activity Center