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I had this exact same issue where Little Snitch detected external AirPlayXPCHelper traffic on port 7000 but treated it as internal traffic. What I mean is that even though I had all external traffic marked as deny, Little Snitch continued to prompt me on each connection attempt until I set it to deny local traffic (just for testing purposes), obviously I do ...
The MacBook Air and similar MacBooks do not provide HDMI inputs, only outputs. Although there is a device that will allow you input HDMI if you are willing to pay for it. (Usually fairly expensive) Something like this is what you are looking for: www.hauppauge.com/site/products/data_hdpvr.html
Install software like Reflector 2 on the Mac Pro. Then your MacBook (assuming it can airplay to other displays) will see the Reflector advertisement and push the MacBook screen to the window on the Mac Pro. Once that's set - set the Mac Pro to direct the Reflector 2 window to full screen on the projector. Worst case, you'd need software like AirParrot on ...
I have the hdmi adapter and I think iOS handles that the same way as air play does. Some apps like Amazon Video or the movies app have a good support for AirPlay. I can lock my iPhone and it will go on. But the last time I checked YouTube it didn't had the good support, it only mirrored the screen. I think this is a problem of the app you are using.
This is the sort of thing that Handoff could be used for, but third-parties have been very slow to adopt it. And you presumably want something better than pasting URLs into the built-in Notes app, with iCloud syncing turned on. If it's always URLs you want to send, your best bet is possibly a third-party tool for sharing and syncing clipboard items between ...
I recommend to use following: http://www.x-mirage.com/x-mirage/ That helps a lot during development and testing
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