Solidwave Software Inc.
is shipping RADicode 1.1, the latest version of its application development tool for Mac programmers.
RADicode streamlines the process of writing, debugging and testing GUI (graphical user interface) code by automatically generating stable source code. It allows programmers to prototype and test application interfaces with the REALbasic editing environment from REAL Software Inc., then move them directly into PowerPlant from Metrowerks Inc., according to
To use RADicode, programmers build an interface with REALbasic, then drag and drop the REALbasic project files on the RADicode icon. This generates CodeWarrior PowerPlant source code. The code can then be customized in PowerPlant for additional functionality.
RADicode 1.1 supports Mach-O PowerPlant targets and REALbasic 4.5 and 5.0. It can generate Mac OS X and Classic icons and multiple document types from REALbasic. CodeWarrior stationeries are provided to facilitate project configuration. The product retails for US$149.
has released zegsRuler 2.0, a set of REALbasic classes for REALbasic developers that’s designed to make it easier to add graphic type rulers and scales to REALbasic projects.
zegsRuler supports scaling (zooming) and scrolling, as well as control over line length, width, color, background, text and more. What’s more, all rulers can be either plain or 3D; mouse tracking is also supported.
With zegsRuler 2.0, rulers are now classes that can be drawn into any graphics port. The update includes a set of rulerStyle classes that encapsulate various ruler types.
This is a free upgrade to all registered users of zegsRuler; for others, the cost is US$25.