Friday, March 31, 2017

Twenty years | REALbasic | Real Studio | Xojo

Twenty years | Realbasic | Real Studio | Xojo


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Realbasic

In 1997 FYI Software, founded by Geoff Perlman, bought CrossBasic, which had been marketed by its author Andrew Barry as a shareware product. CrossBasic got its name from its ability to compile the same programming code for Mac OS and the Java virtual machine (although the integrated development environment was Mac only). A public beta was released in April 1996. The CrossBasic name was trademarked by another company, so the product was renamed REALbasic.

Real Studio

In 2010, to combat the perception that REALbasic was similar to the original BASIC, it was renamed Real Studio.

Xojo

On June 4, 2013 Real Software officially changed their name to Xojo, Inc. and Real Studio was renamed Xojo.

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