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Beginning REALbasic

Beginning REALbasic
  • Author : Jerry Lee Ford Jr.
  • Year : 2006
  • Pages : 400
  • File size : 17.6 MB
  • File format : PDF
  • Category : Programming,

Book Description:

If youre just getting into programming, or youre already an experienced VB programmer who wants to quickly learn a programming alternative, then REALbasic is the ideal language for you. REALbasic is an easy-to-learn, powerful, cross-platform programming language that allows you to write powerful applications that may be distributed across Windows, Mac, and Linux. Beginning REALbasic is an ideal beginners title, it starts off with a detailed introduction to REALbasic and its interface and basic functions to get you settled in comfortably. The book continues by exploring the fundamentals of programming with REALbasiccreating interfaces, menus, and toolbars, and working with conditional logic, loops, databases, object-oriented programming, sound, graphics, and more. Each chapter provides essential background knowledge, without wasting any time on unnecessary theory. The book also features step-by-step tutorials that help you build real-world expertise.

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