Jeff Hendrickson
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25 Years in computer software, like outdoor activities, fixed gear cycling, martial arts.

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Jeff Hendrickson reviewed on 20 May 2008
I've been using REALbasic since version 5.4. It bothers me sometimes when I see it described as a "hobbyist's" tool. I use the pro version of this excellent development tool exclusively to develop my cross-platform commercial software products, including "Purify."

REALbasic offers a lot, and like anything else, you need to dig into it to discover its true capabilities. Technical support is great, and responsive. The online support community is great. The product has everything that you need to do real cross-platform product development. The only plugin that I've ever needed is the MySQL plugin for some of my Linux server based apps, which by the way works great. My primary development environment is OS X 10.4.11, on a dual PowerPC Mac with 1.5GB of RAM and a Cinema Display, and REALbasic is a pleasure to use in this environment.

My recommendation, if you're looking for a powerful cross-platform development tool, look no further than REALbasic Pro.
[Version R2]



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Jeff Hendrickson reviewed on 28 Jul 2006
This software is simple to use, and does exactly what it says.

If you want to develop a REALbasic application that is AppleScript scriptable, this is a must have tool. I've tested it with RB 5.5.5, RB 2006 r2, and RB 2006 r3, and it worked like a champ with every version.

This application is only $20, and a competitor's product (Resorcerer) that does about the same thing is $249!!

I had a minor, self inflicted use problem, and the developer was very helpful, and responsive.
[Version 1.0.3]



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Jeff Hendrickson commented on 28 Jun 2005
Anonymous, I think that you were using the JLS SpamX (not Sp@mX), which is another product, by another developer....
[Version 4.2.3]



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