Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 4th Aug 2005 15:01 UTC
General Development "RealSoftware's REALBasic 2005 - the popular cross-platform interactive development environment for Mac OS X and Windows - is scheduled to debut for the Linux platform later this month, perhaps as early as the LinuxWorld Conference & Expo in San Francisco. For the past couple of weeks, I've been falling asleep each night to the glow of beta versions of REALBasic 2005 running happily on SUSE Pro 9.3 on my monitor."
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another alternative is Runtime Revolution.
by soapdog on Thu 4th Aug 2005 15:55 UTC
soapdog
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2005-07-25

Another alternative way to do cross platform development is Runtime Revolution (http://www.runrev.com). It's a mature product with libraries for database access (mysql, sqlite, postgresql, oracle...) media framework (alpha manipulation, video grabbing) and cool networked stuff. The language is pretty easy to learn and very powerfull.

It is not FREE, it's payware but worth every dollar. I am making a living out of it, developing on my mac and deploying to Windows, Linux, FreeBSD, Irix and more...

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