Xojo Plugins
Xojo Plugins
19.3

5.0

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Xojo Plugins

19.3
24 July 2019

Adds thousands of new classes to Xojo. (was Real Studio Plugins).

Overview

Xojo Plugins (was Real Studio Plugins) adds more than 55,000 functions, methods, and classes to Xojo. If you're still using Real Studio, see 'Related Links' below for access to those plug-ins.

What's new in Xojo Plugins

Version 19.3:
Added:
  • Examples for ZUGFeRD 2.0 and Factur-X for DynaPDF.
  • JSONMBS.Sort method.
  • OpenSSLMBS.PKCS7SignedData function to read data from P7M files.
  • OpenDirectory classes for Xojo: ODQueryMBS, ODRecordMBS, ODNodeMBS and ODSessionMBS.
  • BindedValues and BindedTypes property for SQLPreparedStatements to inspect bindings.
  • Constants for DynaPDF to create ZUGFerd 2.0 and Factur-X files.
  • Constants kofConvertToGray, kofConvertToRGB, kofConvertToCMYK and kocReplaceJP2KWithJPEG for DynaPDFMBS class.
  • CurrentFactory property and NewPictureMBS method for PictureFactoryMBS class.
  • isCatalina function for SystemInformationMBS class.
  • LibVersion, BarcodeMailMark, BarcodeUPNQR, BarcodeVin, FontSize and InputModeEscape to BarcodeGeneratorMBS class.
  • LinuxWebViewMBS.IsLoading function.
  • Multi line support for DynaPDFMBS graphics support with StringShape object.
  • NSFileManagerMBS.fileManagerWithAuthorization method.
  • NSWorkspaceAuthorizationMBS class.
  • NSWorkspaceMBS.requestAuthorization method.
  • OptionMaxAgeConn property for CURLSMBS class.
  • ReplaceItemAtURL methods for NSFileManagerMBS class.
  • SCNGeometryElementMBS, SCNGeometrySourceMBS, SCNGeometryTessellatorMBS and SCNLevelOfDetailMBS classes for SceneKit.
  • StartTLS method to LDAPMBS class.
  • SQLDatabaseMBS.kOptionLibraryCubeSQL and SQLConnectionMBS.kOptionLibraryCubeSQL constants.
  • TagLibFileRefMBS Properties dictionary for getting IDv3 tags and similar values.
  • Trace support for graphics calls in DynaPDFMBS.
  • WindowsADSystemInfoMBS class to query Active Directory details for current user.
  • ZintRenderHexagonMBS.Height property.
  • ZoneID property for CURLSURLMBS class.
Changed:
  • AVCaptureVideoDataOutputMBS to set alwaysDiscardsLateVideoFrames to true by default.
  • C++ to 2017 dialect for Xcode 11.
  • Create3DView in DynaPDFMBS class to now use unicode version of the function. Also keep old function as Create3DViewAnsi.
  • CURLSMultiMBS.AddCURL function to apply same default settings if needed as normal Perform in CURLSMBS.
  • Graphics.DrawObject for DynaPDF to restore page coordinate setting.
  • iTunesLibraryMediaEntityMBS.persistentID to Int64.
  • JSONMBS.Convert to accept JSONMBS objects in array/dictionary.
  • NSColorMBS constructor and colorValue property to always use generic RGB for compatibility to Xojo.
  • Picture.CGColorSpaceMBS function to return default Generic RGB colorspace used by Xojo if no other is set for picture.
  • PictureMBS to allow more effects with mapped pictures. But performance may be slow.
Deprecated:
  • ImageCaptureMBS and ImageCaptureObjectMBS classes.
Fixed:
  • A crash in MidiThruConnectionMBS class in the setup process.
  • A problem in DynaPDFTableMBS with CellOrientation.
  • A problem with DynaPDFMBS ReplacePattern function and fonts missing the CID Ordering table.
  • CSTransformMBS to better pick right alpha info for Xojo pictures.
  • GeometrySourceWithData function in SCNGeometrySourceMBS class.
  • HTML tags for JSONMBS.ToHTML function.
  • Issue with DynaPDFMBS graphics and center aligned text in reports.
  • Memory leak with TagLibFileRefMBS class.
  • MKMapViewMBS.showAddress method to correctly center on the found placemark instead of the region for that placemark.
  • MKPinAnnotationViewMBS constructor.
  • Problem with WinUserNotificationMBS class to show three lines in notifications.
Implemented:
  • WebKit2 support for Linux partially.
Improved:
  • Automatic CURL library loading on Linux to better find the library.
  • Destructor for FSEventsMBS class to avoid a possible crash.
  • SplitCommaSeparatedValuesMBS to better handle new lines.
Removed:
  • HelpWindow, eventWindow and shadowWindow from NSHelpManagerMBS class.
Updated:
  • CURL to version 7.65.3.
  • DynaPDF to version 4.0.30.87.
  • Libcpuid to version 0.4.1.
  • Libiconv to version 1.16.
  • LibPNG to version 1.6.37.
  • Libxlst to version 1.1.33.
  • Libxml2 to version 2.9.9.
  • Libzint to version 2.6.3.
  • OpenSSL to version 1.1.1c.
  • PCRE to version 8.43.
  • SQLite to version 3.29.0.
  • WinSparkle to version 0.6.
  • NSFileManagerMBS.createSymbolicLink to use createSymbolicLinkAtURL if available.

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9 Xojo Plugins Reviews

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Anonymous
22 April 2004

Most helpful

Outstanding Customer Service I asked the developer of this plugin whether it could handle a specific task, and he promptly replied that he thought it could. I immediately purchased a license. Minutes later, I received another message from Christian that he had done some research and some testing that revealed that the plugin could not, unfortunately, do what I needed on the Windows platform. He promptly refunded my money (even though he loses money on the deal) within hours of my e-mail. This is excellent customer support! Many other companies would have made it a lot harder to resolve the problem.
Like (5)
Version 4.0
Drscott
14 March 2012
I've developed 70 educational programs in Real Studio for use in the classroom. Many of these programs would not have been possible at all without the MBS plugins. Even though the plugins are amazingly comprehensive in adding core Cocoa and Carbon API access, the developer somehow has done a superhuman job of continuously adding even more functionality with each release. If you want to develop complex professional software with Real Studio, you must purchase these plugins. By the way, before the typical troll on MacUpdate accuses me of being an amateur for using Real Studio, for 30 years I've developed neurophysiology research software in assembly, C++, LabVIEW, Prograph CPX and Java, to name a few programming languages, on laboratory minicomputers and several types of personal computers. I currently program in Objective-C as well. I use the appropriate tool for the particular job, and for my educational software, Real Studio and the MBS plugins allowed me to quickly create professional applications that are used at colleges around the world.
Like (3)
Version 12.0
Markus-Winter
13 December 2011
An absolutely outstanding package - when asking professional developers what add-ons they recommend they always say that the MBS plugins are essential. I have to admit that I am still dipping my toes into the water - there is just so much of it that the whole package can be daunting … scratch that, IS daunting. But certainly well worth it - and the video tutorials in iTunes are a big help. New features seem to be often added before anything similar appears in REALbasic itself, and seem certainly much better implemented (like regular expressions), and while some features DO disappear that is the nature of progress (if you no longer support Win 98 or MacOS 10.3 then what is the point of having specific features for those systems in there?). Apple stopped supporting PowerPC (G4, G5) years ago, REAL.studio has now stopped supporting it, so I have the last REAL.studio version with the right MBS plugin to support people on PowerPC, while using the newer version to compile for Cocoa - my code is the same for both.
Like (1)
Version 11.3
Szq
30 August 2011
New features added, useful features stripped away without warning. You would think this plugin would improve over time, it doesn't. In order to use new features you find features you were using are stripped out!
Like (2)
Version 11.2
Mac912374
11 August 2009
I mostly agree with ADOBE INC. Where does Christian's code come from? If he uses code licensed by Free Software Foundation, he must also make his source code available to his users. Does he? Free Software Foundation should launch investigations on his products and rip him of his profits if necessary.
Like (5)
Version 9.5
1 answer(s)
Markus-Winter
Markus-Winter
17 September 2014
So you are agreeing with wild accusations by some anonymous brat brought forward without any evidence or justification? I shake my head in disbelieve…
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Anonymous
02 January 2005
This plug-in collection is nearly prefect. If you use REAlbasic, then without a doubt, you should be using this also. It exposes much more of OS X than REALbasic does out of the box. The countless features and APIs will save you a ton of time so that you don't have to keep "reinventing the wheel". Most importantly, though, is the responsiveness of the developer. I've almost always gotten a response within hours (sometimes even minutes!). He has always been willing to come up with solutions for my needs and he continuously works to improve his product. Another significant thing is that the plug-ins contain much more complete versions of existing REALbasic features and classes. So if you need lower-level access to things like the clipboard, drag & drop, webkit, etc., then this will provide it for you. Highly recommended.
Like (4)
Version 4.1
Anonymous
22 April 2004
Outstanding Customer Service I asked the developer of this plugin whether it could handle a specific task, and he promptly replied that he thought it could. I immediately purchased a license. Minutes later, I received another message from Christian that he had done some research and some testing that revealed that the plugin could not, unfortunately, do what I needed on the Windows platform. He promptly refunded my money (even though he loses money on the deal) within hours of my e-mail. This is excellent customer support! Many other companies would have made it a lot harder to resolve the problem.
Like (5)
Version 4.0
Anonymous
21 February 2004
This plugin is great. I cannot say there is anything wrong with it at all. Christian's done a great job of filling huge gaps in REALbasic's functionality. If there was ever a notion that RB was missing a few features - get MBS! From very general to very specific, the whole spectrum of features has been implemented to a high standard. In reply to 'Adobe' (yeah, whatever); the point of open source is for people to use the code for their own benefit. Christian has to make his money somehow. Anyway a good percentage of the functions and classes in the plugin don't require a serial number and are therefore free. You get literally thousands of really useful features which aren't implemented by anyone else for REALbasic. I say that's worth the money
Like (4)
Version 4.0
Adobe Inc.
12 February 2004
I cannot recommend this collection of REALbasic plugins, because it contains mostly GPL-stuff, freeware and open source. This guy (Christian Schmitz) tries to make money, nothing else. He should make a statement, that most stuff in his plugin collection is stolen, pirated or used without the knowledge of the original authors. Sorry, but this plugin collection sucks!
Like (4)
Version 4.0
1 answer(s)
Markus-Winter
Markus-Winter
17 September 2014
Sorry, but this is completely false. If you have some beef with Christian then that is your problem. Lying about his plugins though is not just low, it is criminal.
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Anonymous
04 September 2003
I recommend this plugin to everyone that use RB, specially on MacOSX. The functions are fast, very stable, and easy to use. All majors features of the system are now available for the rest of us : coreFoundations, coreGraphic, Midi, safari Webkit, services, rendezvous... Awesome ! Definitively a must-have.
Like (4)
Version 3.3