WWDC video, Naples graduates, AutoFill on Macs, versatile app, Mac subscription models

Apple publishes WWDC17 video transcripts, reminds developers of 64-bit app requirements — Apple on Wednesday released searchable transcripts for its catalogue of Worldwide Developers Conference 2017 videos, while at the same time reminding developers of 64-bit app restrictions related to its next-generation operating systems. The videos are all here.

First class graduates from Apple’s Naples, Italy Developer Academy with VP Lisa Jackson on hand — The first class from Apple’s Naples, Italy Developer Academy on the grounds of the University of Naples Federico II has graduated, and Vice President Lisa Jackson was there to commemorate the occasion. [Lookin’ very male-centric …]

How to use AutoFill for credit cards, contacts, passwords, macOS Sierra’s Safari — With AutoFill, Safari can automatically fill in your credit card information, contact information, passwords, and more in the Safari web browser on macOS Sierra.

Multi-tool for Macs — You might assume Parallels Toolbox was related to running Windows, but Parallels Toolbox is a one-stop app for quite a few great features. You can use it to take a screenshot, record a screen cast or download your favorite video.
Parallels Toolbox also gives you buttons to secure private files with passwords, keep your computer from sleeping or convert a video to a format you can view on your iOS device. It lives in your Mac’s menu bar, and is just a click away for all of those tools, and more. There’s a seven-day free trial, then Parallels Toolbox is just US$9.99 per year. New tools are added frequently, so be sure to check it out and enjoy your all-in-one toolbox.

Mac subscription models — The switch to subscription software models in recent years has been highly controversial, especially when it comes to longstanding applications with a history of perpetual licenses and local functionality.