RbApp
RbApp
3.0.1

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RbApp free download for Mac

RbApp

3.0.1
11 June 2013

REALbasic classes for application creation.

Overview

RbApp is a platform-neutral collection of reusable REALbasic classes that help programmers create industrial strength applications. Components include:
  • RbGrid - Scaleable grid component with powerful programming control
  • RbChart - Dynamic charts, graphs and tables with minimal programming
  • RbQuickLicense - QuickLicense protection and license management
  • RbEdit - Enhanced Editing of Large Text Files with Undo/Redo and Find/Replace
  • RbView - Drawing Framework Based on REALbasic's Graphic Classes
  • RbCommand - Undo/Redo Command Framework
  • RbPalette - Tool Bars and Palettes for any Platform
  • RbStringList - Add, Delete, Alphabetize, Iterate and Manipulate a List of Strings
  • RbXML - Single Class to Easily Read and Write Data to XML Files
  • RbHelp - Add Interactive Online Help Using QuickHelp on Any Platform
  • RbLibrary - Build Fast Text Reports and Manipulate Text Files for Different Platforms

What's new in RbApp

Version 3.0.1: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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2 RbApp Reviews

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Anonymous
22 April 2005

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There are many free classes and code examples to pull form that do most of this. Not only that, but for the price you could of bought yourself a couple Cocoa books and maybe some programming classes. You'd still have money left over and you'd be programming in a real language.
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Version 1.0
Kiddailey
05 December 2005
I'd like to try this out (if anything, just to offset the stupid posts about here), but it's a challenge getting a working demo of the app -- I'm still waiting for my demo trial key and/or .SIT extraction password to show up in my mailbox before I can even install the libraries! And for $195, I'd expect it to be a lot easier to start testing it out. On the other hand, it might take a bit of time, but all of the classes/tools/utilities that this provides can be easily added to your own RB apps without the need of purchasing this product. If you're in the need for a suite of classes for rapid application prototyping and haven't already developed your own libraries, I can definitely see that where this could be a valuable tool. If I can ever get a trial key, I'll add a rating here once I've actually been able to try it out.
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Version 1.0.3
Anonymous
22 April 2005
There are many free classes and code examples to pull form that do most of this. Not only that, but for the price you could of bought yourself a couple Cocoa books and maybe some programming classes. You'd still have money left over and you'd be programming in a real language.
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Version 1.0
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Anonymous
Anonymous
22 April 2005
expensive to make rb as easy as cocoa, innit?
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Version 1.0
Kiddailey
Kiddailey
05 December 2005
REALBasic is a real language. REALBasic is cross-platform between Windows, Linux and OS X. The enhancements these classes provided are fairly easy to implement into RB without the need of spending $200. Cocoa and the xCode tools are ANYTHING but easy for the beginning OS X programmer or the beginning to average programmer. Stop wasting everyone's time spreading FUD about REALBasic and comment on/review the product being presented here (RbApp) after you've actually tried it out -- otherwise you sound nothing more than immature, inexperienced dolts. Just because some apps developed with REALBasic suck does not mean that the development suite sucks.
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Version 1.0.3