Mac software developer
To the Point Software
announced on Monday that it has updated its free Really Basic REALbasic
with new example projects and informational topics.
The idea behind the tutorial is to get beginners, especially anyone without programming experience, comfortable with REALbasic as quickly and easily as possible. It includes descriptions of such concepts as object-oriented programming and independent development environment written in layman’s terms and embellished with plenty of images. Five steps get you started writing REALbasic programs and the glossary, topic archives, and other resources provide more in-depth instruction.
To the Point Software develops and sells tools for your Mac — such as The Fontz, which allows you to organize your fonts and preview them in a variety of colors, sizes, and styles — that were created in REALbasic by founder Terry Findlay. He provides the Really Basic REALbasic web tutorial as a free resource to other do-it-yourself programmers.