August 3rd, 2018 · 63 minutes
In this episode we sat down with Sal Soghoian to learn how to use AppleScript to turn a Numbers table, column, or row, into a chart in Keynote. We also dove into the history of AppleScript, what parts of it mean, and how you can learn it too.
Guest Starring: Sal Soghoian
This episode of Automators is sponsored by:
This is an episode where you'll want to bring your Mac, and make sure to visit Sal's page to download all the goodies too!
Sal Soghoian, the father of automation on the Mac, joins Katie and David to discuss the state of Mac an iOS automation. Sal discusses the history of Automation on the Mac, the possibilities for Automation on iOS and the tools and languages available to put the power in the hands of the user.
If you want to learn about automation on the Mac, this a great place to get started. You'll find links to all of Sal's other sites here too.
All about automating Apple Configurator with Automator and more.
An alternative to Script Editor for your Mac.
A 3 day course with Sal and Ray where you can learn AppleScript together. Make sure to listen to the show to get a discount of $200 when booking your ticket!
If you want to learn about automating OmniGraffle or OmniOutliner with OmniJS, then this is the official website.
If you enjoyed the example of taking a table in Numbers and converting it into a chart in Keynote and would like to automate more things with the iWork suite of applications then this is the place to start!
Join us to talk about the episode, dissect the AppleScript, and nerd out about automation.