on Monday announced the forthcoming release of REALbasic 2006 Release 4, planned for a September release. That update will enable developers to build Universal binaries that run natively on Intel and PowerPC-based Macs.
REALbasic is a rapid application development and prototyping software platform for Mac OS X, Windows and Linux operating systems, with roots deep in Macintosh development. Its licensing costs start at $99.
The forthcoming Release 4 build is currently available as part of REALbasic’s beta program; any user with a current update plan can access the program. The software will be released to general users in September through REAL Software’s Rapid Release Model.