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Xojo is an unpopular but interesting integrated development environment for cross-platform applications. It can write native applications (that is, executable files in various formats that consist of instructions that can be executed directly by the CPU) with a graphical user interface for various operating systems and platforms (desktop, mobile, web and Raspberry Pi), as well as console applications, background service applications and web applications that do not have a graphical user interface.