By Jerry Lee Ford Jr.
REALbasic is an easy-to-learn, strong, cross-platform programming language, permitting you to write down robust functions that may be disbursed throughout home windows, Mac, and Linux. it is a vintage, no-fluff, tutorial-based e-book, perfect for: - somebody desirous to grasp REALbasic - a person desirous to get into programming and bring their very own functions simply and painlessly - REALbasic is so easy to select up - skilled VB programmers in need of an alternate, now that Microsoft have discontinued aid for it. REALbasic is particularly just like VB. - Any point of programmer desirous to create functions that may be ported to home windows, Mac, and Linux REALbasic’s luck is confirmed - there are already over 100,000 clients, and this quantity is gradually transforming into. In a up to date promotional attempt, 35,000 visible simple builders downloaded a unfastened reproduction of the home windows model of REALbasic, and genuine software program has had many requests for warm starting name at the topic. so far as we all know, this is often the one updated booklet deliberate for the present model, REALbasic 2005, which works that description. actual software program are captivated with supporting us promote the ebook.
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Provides access to commands for opening, creating, and saving REALbasic projects. • Edit. Provides access to commands for performing standard editing functions (copy, paste, and so forth), as well as to REALbasic specific commands that interact with the Window Editor and the Code Editor. • Project. Provides access to commands for adding items to REALbasic projects, as well as for testing, debugging, and creating REALbasic applications. • View. Provides access to commands that control the look and functionality of the REALbasic IDE.
NET-specific features. Because REALbasic is so similar to Visual Basic, you’ll find it is relatively easy to port your Visual Basic applications over to REALbasic. In fact, you’ll probably find you can port your applications over in an hour or a day, instead of weeks or months, as would be the case if you moved from Visual Basic over to another programming language, such as C++ or Java. REALbasic and Visual Basic are similar to one another, but plenty of important differences exist. These similarities and differences are highlighted in the following sections.
Next, you test your application and, when you are ready, you compile your stand-alone application. book Page 15 Thursday, April 6, 2006 9:20 PM CHAPTER 1 ■ AN INTRODUCTION TO REALBASIC Language Similarities Both REALbasic and Visual Basic are object-orientated programming languages. Both share a common set of keywords (If, Then, Else, and so forth). Both have numerous functions in common. Both also share a common syntax and both use dot notation to reference properties. The list of similarities goes on an on.
Beginning REALbasic: From Novice to Professional (Expert's Voice) by Jerry Lee Ford Jr.