From the Back Cover
World of Warcraft is your world. You are fearless. You are in command. And when you can command these awesome addons, macros, and customizations, you'll savor the heady brew of victory. From the masters who gave us Atlas and PerfectRaid/Clique, you'll learn how to gain an advantage in combat, write spell-casting macros, work with frames and XML, develop Lua scripts that work with the WoW API, and more.
Yeah, they're legal. But don't let that hold you back.
Addons, Macros and more.
Learn the secrets that unlock hidden treasures!
1. Evaluate your performance in battle with combat statistics.
2. Add instance maps and make notes on the World Map.
3. Rearrange everything onscreen and monitor your vitals with an HUD.
4. Make gold "playing " the Auction House.
5. Have whispers open in their own window like an IM client.
6. Overhaul your interface with pre-packaged compilations.
7. Create two fully functional addons from start to finish.
About the Author
Dan recently graduated from Hampshire College in Amherst, MA where he studied film production. For his thesis project (or Div III) he created a film called The Nightingale Princess with his co-conspirators, Christopher Dreisbach and Owen Granich-Young. The three of them have websites at thenightingaleprincess.com and ocdproductions.net. So far the movie hasn’t gotten into any festivals, but Dan has his fingers crossed. He currently lives in Northampton, MA. In his spare time, he enjoys sleeping.
Jim Whitehead has been an active member of the UI community since December 2004. He initially became an active developer on WatchDog unit frames, and eventually created PerfectRaid and Clique, and spearheaded the creation of the Dongle addon framework.When he’s not developing addons for World of Warcraft, he can be found playing the game with one of his many characters on the Stormrage server.
Jim is a graduate of Syracuse (NY) University, holding an MSc in computer science. Although he has been a resident of cubicle-land for the past few years, he will soon retreat to the halls of academia to pursue his PhD in computer science. He lives in Syracuse, where he spends a disproportionate amount of his life’s savings on keeping his house warm.