"Easy to use"

Mark Smith mark at maseurope.net
Sun May 20 05:20:17 CDT 2007

To be fair, the 'easy-to-use' description occurs in a list of  
downloadable development tools. It seems to me that in the context of  
that list (part of which is below), the phrase 'easy-to-use' seems a  
reasonable description of Revolution with regard to new programmers.



> Revolution Studio 2.8.1 Download  Staff Pick  05/18/2007 The user- 
> centric development tool for every major platform, easy-to-use and  
> packed with features. (Demo)
> iLingual 1.0.4 Download  05/18/2007 Very simple localization tool  
> for OS X applications. (Shareware)
> Visual Paradigm for UML (Enterprise Edition) 6.0 SP 2 Download   
> Staff Pick  05/14/2007 A model-code-deploy platform. (Demo)
> DB Visual ARCHITECT (Professional Edition) 4.0 SP2 Download  Staff  
> Pick  05/14/2007 Access database with object-oriented technology.  
> (Demo)
> BaseTen 1.0RC1 Download  05/09/2007 Open source Cocoa database  
> framework for PostgreSQL databases with familiar, Core Data-like  
> semantics and APIs. (Freeware)
> oXygen XML Editor 8.2 Download  05/07/2007 Oxygen is a Java-based  
> XML Editor and XSLT Debugger with support for XSD, DTD. (Shareware)
> Java EE SDK Update 2 Download  Staff Pick  05/07/2007 Implement  
> enterprise-class service-oriented architecture (SOA) and next- 
> generation web applications with Ajax, scripting, and more. (Freeware)
> Jar Inspector 1.0 Download  05/01/2007 Jar Inspector is an easy to  
> use yet powerful jar file editor. It allows you to effortlessly  
> view, edit and decompile the contents of jar files. (Freeware)

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