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MikeC
07-11-08, 08:05 AM
http://www.realsoftware.com/products/realbasic/tour/

ViN86
07-11-08, 09:26 AM
that looks awesome. thx Mike :D

Bman212121
07-12-08, 05:26 PM
heh, so much information in the video....

I wonder what kind of IDE they are using... I really like Visual Studio so if you can just use realbasic in VS just like VB, then I might be interested.

dxx
07-14-08, 11:41 AM
Sucks - I was totally sold on that, until I saw the price. 75 for the personal edition, 400 for the professional edition. Plus 500 for support. I love the idea of object-oriented programming and the cross-platform compiler is a killer feature, but 75 to develop software for an extra 0.6% of the market with Linux (who basically aren't a market anyway) and some 8% with MacOS really doesn't seem worth it, not when MS give away all their Express packages for nothing.

I'll be sticking with the MSDN Sub, methinks.

LovingSticky
07-14-08, 11:53 AM
Count in bugs as well. Visual Studio 2005/8 is a proven technology, and excellent Express editions are free.