REAL Software Inc.
on Wednesday announced plans to demonstrate its REALbasic development environment’s prototyping capabilities at June’s
Worldwide Developers Conference
in San Francisco, Calif.
REAL Software President and CEO Geoff Perlman explained that the venue gives his company an opportunity to show developers how REALbasic can be used to quickly prototype, test and improve their own applications. “Attending WWDC gives us the opportunity to present new and better ways to increase productivity through the use of REALbasic,” he said.
In addition to prototyping, REALbasic is also used to create full-fledged applications that are sold as shareware and distributed as freeware. It’s also used by in-house developers and IT professionals for crafting enterprise software and more.
Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference is an annual event that usually takes place in May. This year, Apple moved the event to June instead, changing the venue from San Jose to San Francisco. The change of location and time will give Apple an opportunity to give developers attending WWDC the first look at Panther, the next major revision of Mac OS X.
WWDC will feature a keynote presentation by Apple CEO Steve Jobs, and will provide tracks of information sessions for enterprise developers, system administrators, IT pros, independent developers, instructors and students, as well as specialized information on QuickTime. More details are available from the