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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.
Xojo supports easily laying out the application’s user interface by dragging & dropping controls, so that users are able to easily achieve the application’s functional design without having to enter a pile of code. This makes programming become much simpler, and is very suitable for beginners. In addition, Xojo also comes with a full suite of programming tools such as project manager, interface designer, menu designer, toolbar designer, report designer, code editor, code compiler, code debugger, and more.
Xojo uses REALbasic (now known as Xojo) as its development language, which draws heavily on the design of Visual Basic 6.0, and inherits the consistent ease of use and high efficiency features of VB6. As a result, Xojo is only suitable for beginners to use as a starter tool and lightweight development. Although its development team is ambitious, but in AppNee’s view, it is difficult to develop into an emerging cross-platform development tool. The reason is: the programming language it uses is outdated, less popular, not free, and has so few users.
// Key Features //
|Native Controls||With over 40 user interface controls built-in, your app will look and feel right on any platform.|
|Beginner-Friendly||Xojo is easy to use and lets you learn as you go – you came to the right place if you’re just getting started.|
|Advanced Features||Xojo supports inheritance, interfaces, polymorphism and more, so experienced developers will love the power.|
|Easy Deployment||Xojo Cloud is available for easy, maintenance-free and secure hosting for Xojo web apps.|
|Active Community||You can always find support in the Xojo community on our active user forum and at the annual Xojo Developer Conference.|
|Tons Of Resources||Our documentation, example projects, tutorials, video library and textbook will help you hit the ground running.|
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// Edition Statement //
AppNee provides the Xojo multilingual full installers and unlocked files for Windows 32-bit and 64-bit, as well as pre-activated versions for Mac.
// Installation Notes //
- Download and install Xojo
- Copy the unlocked file to installation folder and overwrite
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