rev apps on iPhone?
Thomas McGrath III
3mcgrath at comcast.net
Sun Jun 29 10:50:04 CDT 2008
But, you do know that Cocoa is in beta for both Web and Windows and so
therefore makes xCode that much more interesting. RR already has the
Mac WIndows thing down. It seems that Linux is coming along and with
the Web a possibility I still think RR for ease of use and a much much
much more simple interface/workflow is in another league completely
That said, I will be hiring an experienced xCode developer shortly
that will take my RR prototypes over to the iPhone and the Web (beta).
I would love to hire another RR developer but they are hard to find
locally and the end output is for iPhone etc. so I have to put
resources into the Cocoa development and I will continue doing the
On Jun 29, 2008, at 11:31 AM, Lynn Fredricks wrote:
> Of Mark's list, most of those environments are sold old or dead,
> there isnt
> a really fair comparison with Xcode of Visual Studio.
> We use Xcode for Valentina Studio, and of course with Valentina for
> ("we" as in, our poor, overworked development team). Going from
> to Xcode was not all that easy, even for very experienced C++
> developers - I
> don't think this is a summer fun sort of thing to do. And since to
> keep up
> with the Jones on pretty Mac features you end up updating your
> projects to
> the latest and greatest, if often makes it hard to provide backwards
> compatibility with various iterations of Mac OS X.
> I don't think you see that much migration now from various RAD tools
> xCode now. Several years ago, when REALbasic was Mac only, there was
> more serious competition in the Mac only RAD tool market, and it was
> that market that xCode first broke. I know of many developers that
> onto xCode and rarely looked back - but their intent really never
> was to
> support Windows or Linux.
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