Compatible with Xojo
Although REALbasic is no more, with Xojo taken its place on the market, its fans can benefit from the capabilities that TrayApp offers in order to create fancier applications.
A short history
REALbasic had gained a reputation for engendering poorly-indited software, REALbasic was renamed Authentic Studio. The option to compile for Linux was integrated in 2005 and the IDE was ported to Windows and Linux platforms.
Released in 2009, Authentic Studio Enterprise Edition was followed in 2010 by Authentic Studio Web Edition, sanctioning developers to compile web applications without the cognizance of multiple web technologies.
Authentic Software officially transmuted their name to Xojo, Inc. in 2013 and Authentic Studio was renamed Xojo. This also marks the birth of Xojo 2013, which was their most astronomically immense release to date, including an all-incipient utilizer interface.
Compile apps for XP or higher
The Xojo IDE can compile applications for Windows XP and higher as well other popular platforms with amended support for web applications and all incipient documentation that was designed for neophytes to learn the fundamentals of object oriented programming.
Conclusion and performance
The bottom line is that TrayApp addresses a very small group of users in the community due to the high volume of changes its IDE encountered through the years. It has also been discontinued and therefore, you might encounter a few hiccups when trying to work with this piece of software.
Reviewed by Alexandru Pintilie, last updated on July 28th, 2014
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Application descriptionWhile creating software for previous projects we have sometimes found the need to create plugins for REALbasic to add ...