Rev's Mac-Centricity (Was: Plea to sell Dan's book widely)
troy at rpsystems.net
Sat Aug 7 14:36:39 EDT 2004
On Aug 7, 2004, at 2:18 PM, Dan Shafer wrote:
> BTW, in my earlier too-long contribution to this dialog, I neglected
> to say that if I were writing apps for OS X only, I'd probably be
> inclined to learn and use Objective C and XCode.
XCode is *almost* enough to make me want to be a Mac-only developer...
and then I remember that I have bills to pay. ;-)
Naw. I'm not heading the Java route. Not productive enough. Today's
choices for X-plat application development, (rather than multimedia
where Director still reigns supreme) are RealBasic and Revolution. They
both have their advantages. Currently, Revolution is in the lead for me
as it is more generally versatile, can be extremely productive and
offers more delivery techniques in addition to being more truly X-plat
coding. If that could be strengthened with more graphics functionality
(both 2D and 3D) I probably wouldn't bother looking around, or needing
to constantly switch tools based on project requirements.
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