Create software faster, enjoy increased productivity
Real Studio is a rapid application development (RAD) environment that provides developers a marked increase in productivity over other cross-platform development tools. Real Studio includes drag-and-drop capability to enable you to quickly create a user interface design, then incorporate the code behind it to add power and functionality.
Migrate Visual Basic applications to Linux, Mac OS X or the web
Real Studio is highly compatible with Visual Basic, so Visual Basic developers are productive very quickly with Real Studio. Real Studio also comes with a utility to help convert Visual Basic projects to Real Studio where they can be compiled for Windows, Mac, Linux and the web-- with the click of a checkbox.
Create native cross-platform software
Real Studio runs on and creates software for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and the web all from a single set of source code. Real Studio incorporates platform-specific intelligence, like user interface widgets, so software created with Real Studio looks and feels native, regardless of the development platform you created it on.
Create powerful database applications
Build powerful database applications with Real Studio's built-in Real SQL Database, based on the SQLite public domain database engine. Connect to external multi-user database engines using Real Studio Professional Edition.
Create graphics for multimedia applications or games
Use Realbasic supports standard image formats for vector graphics, (such as those commonly created with Adobe Illustrator).
What's new in this version:
- Debugger Stub: Now checks to make sure the destination folder Exists and isWritable before trying to write to it.
- Debugger Stub: Spaces in the app path are now escaped when launching console apps on Linux.
- Desktop: Toolbar items (ToolItem) can be usefully subclassed now.
- Framework: SSLSocket events no longer fire on a non-main thread (unless Poll is called from that thread).
- IDE: An issue where changes to web projects saved in vcp format were not b... See all new features »