The Apple Programmers and Developers Association, or APDA, was started in 1980 by Don Williams in coordination with Apple, Inc. and A.P.P.L.E. The resulting tools produced by APDA were the tools with which all Apple programs have come to be and the resulting magazine which was produced quarterly was aptly named the APDA Log.
In 1989, Apple Computer, Inc. bought APDA from A.P.P.L.E. for $3 Million and Apple began producing the APDA Log. The issues show below are the ones produced by A.P.P.L.E. prior to Apple’s take over of the APDA.
Almost all issues are owned by the group but missing issues would be most welcome by the group in hard or scanned format.