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6 edition of REALbasic for Macintosh found in the catalog.

REALbasic for Macintosh

by Michael Swaine

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Published by Peachpit Press in Berkeley, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Macintosh (Computer) -- Programming.,
  • Object-oriented programming (Computer science),
  • BASIC (Computer program language)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMichael Swaine.
    SeriesVisual quickstart guide
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.8.M3 S945 2003
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 441 p. :
    Number of Pages441
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3774959M
    ISBN 100201781220
    LC Control Number2003535393
    OCLC/WorldCa51720352

    Support for Mac OS X is added to REALbasic in In , the first Windows IDE of REALbasic is announced. In September , REALbasic is updated to include support for building Linux apps. REALbasic now compiles for three desktop platforms from a single code : Programming. Also new in REALbasic is support for Mac OS X's Address Book database. This enables REALbasic developers to create software that leverages .

    Xojo makes cross-platform development easy and affordable. Compiling bit and bit Apps for Windows, macOS and Linux with just one set of source code is fantastic. Choosing Xojo was our best software development decision! - Fred Roller, FW Roller & Associates. We love Xojo and have been using it since While we could use complex tools. This programming book is for anyone About the book. Introduction to Programming with Xojo is a free book that's a great introduction to programming for just about anyone. When you complete the book you will understand the fundamentals of programming and be on your way to creating your own apps.

    This object-oriented development tool enables you to create custom applications for Windows, Macintosh and Linux. Notes Tucows, Inc has graciously donated a copy of this software to the Internet Archive's Tucows Software Archive for long term preservation and access.   The book also won the Book Bytes award as the best Mac programming book of The second edition of the book is sure to be the essential reference for the growing number of Mac users who are discovering the power and flexibility of the REALbasic programming environment.


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REALbasic for Macintosh by Michael Swaine Download PDF EPUB FB2

REALbasic for Macintosh: Visual QuickStart Guide shows how to develop applications for the Macintosh and Windows platform, with plenty of screenshots to guide readers along. This book covers REALbasic versionwhich adds supports for Mac OS X, powerful new 3D graphics, Microsoft Office automation, an internal scripting language, and much more/5(6).

REALbasic started out on the Mac, before Mac OS X, in fact they talk a lot about Mac OS in the book -- You won't find much current information about the systems currently in use, i.e. Windows XP and up, Mac OS X Tiger and up, or Ubuntu Linux either, because they hadn't seen the light of day when this book was published/5(20).

Matt Neuberg's REALbasic: The Definitive Guide is a diligent and thorough introductory text for REALbasic 2 on the Macintosh, an object-oriented programming environment based on components and BASIC. Even if you've never programmed before, this title--combined with REALbasic for Macintosh book power and ease of use of REALbasic--is all you need to start writing your own software for the s: REALbasic is a programming language in the best Macintosh tradition: visual, intuitive, and easy to learn.

It allows you to create interfaces in minutes and entire, compiled applications without having to learn a complicated language; the strong object orientation makes it very easy even for beginners to develop, maintain, and alter projects. REALbasic for Macintosh: Visual QuickStart Guide shows how to develop applications for the Macintosh and Windows platform, with plenty of screenshots to guide readers along.

This book covers REALbasic versionwhich adds supports for Mac OS X, powerful new 3D graphics, Microsoft Office automation, an internal scripting language, and much more. REALbasic is a programming language in the best Macintosh tradition: visual, intuitive, and easy to learn.

It allows you to create interfaces in minutes and entire, compiled applications without having to learn a complicated language; the strong object orientation makes it very easy even for beginners to develop, maintain, and alter projects/5(16).

REALbasic is a programming language in the best Macintosh tradition: visual, intuitive, and easy to learn. It allows you to create interfaces in minutes and entire, compiled applications without having to learn a complicated language; the strong object orientation makes it very easy even for beginners to develop, maintain, and alter by: 3.

As a programming environment that lets ordinary civilians write useful Mac software with a minimum of experience, sweat equity, and grain alcohol, RealBasic no longer stands alone -- /5. REALbasic, System and utilities, Development, Authoring tools, REALbasic This object-oriented development tool enables you to create custom applications and compile them for Windows, Macintosh.

REALbasic started out on the Mac, before Mac OS X, in fact they talk a lot about Mac OS in the book -- You won't find much current information about the systems currently in use, i.e. Windows XP and up, Mac OS X Tiger and up, or Ubuntu Linux either, because they hadn't seen the light of day when this book was published/5(3).

REALbasic (RB) is described as follows: "REALbasic: the visual, object-oriented BASIC development environment for the Macintosh" What does this mean. "the visual" - RB uses what you purchased a Mac for in the first place, a graphical interface.

Not line by line text instructions. You drag pictures into a window like you do in a drawing program. REALBasic comes tantalizingly close to solving a real problem; with a few minor changes, it could become the next great development tool for GUI programming.

But it's not there yet. Here's my view on development tools for creating commercial software that needs to run on Windows and/or Mac (i.e., 99% of the desktop).

There are. REALbasic for Macintosh will set you back twenty-two US dollars. For the twenty two greenbacks you part with you get a top notch instructional manual that will take you as far as you want to go (the back says beginning to intermediate but by the time you're finished with REALbasic for Macintosh you won't need another book you'll need the scary documentation).2/5(4).

REALbasic is one of the most popular programming platforms for Macintosh users. This guide shows how to develop applications for the Macintosh and Windows platform, with plenty of screenshots to guide readers along. It covers REALbasic versionwhich adds supports for Mac OS X, 3D graphics, Microsoft Office automation, and more.

Requirements PPC, PowerPC Mac, including G3, G4, G5System or later, including Mac OS X ( or later required) Related Links REALbasic (latest stable release)Book: REALbasic: The Definitive GuideResExcellence: REALbasic Tutorial.

Welcome to the REALbasic community maintained manual for beginning and intermediate users of the REALbasic computer programming language. Our Purpose [ edit ] This project is not an effort to recreate existing REALbasic documentation.

MacTorrent is a BitTorrent client written with REALbasic for Mac OS 8 through as well as Mac OS X Panther (x) through El Capitan (x). MacTorrent offers basic BitTorrent functionality and even works on low end G3's.

REALbasic is a programming language in the best Macintosh tradition: visual, intuitive, and easy to learn. It allows you to create interfaces in minutes and entire, compiled applications without having to learn a complicated language; the strong object orientation makes it very easy even for beginners to develop, maintain, and alter : Matt Neuburg.

REALBasic is the last version to run natively in Mac OS 9 and the last to work in the SheepShaver emulator also. It comes with hundreds of example projects that you can inspire yours from and it compiles to Mac OS 9, Mac OS X, Linux/x86 and Windows 98 or higher.

REALbasic is here and adds Mac OS X specific features and improves database functionality, according to Lorin Rivers of REAL Software. A free upgrade for Author: Dennis Sellers.

Buy REALbasic: The Definitive Guide 1 by Matt Neuburg (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(11). REALbasic for Macintosh will set you back twenty-two US dollars.

For the twenty two greenbacks you part with you get a top notch instructional manual that will take you as far as you want to go (the back says beginning to intermediate but by the time you’re finished with REALbasic for Macintosh you won’t need another book you’ll need the scary documentation).REALbasic is a powerful, easy-to-learn programming language, allowing almost anyone to write sophisticated applications that can be distributed across the Windows, Mac, and Linux platforms.

This practical tutorial reference is ideal for anyone wishing to master REALbasic, from beginners to experienced Visual Basic programmers who want to create.