Ann: ActiveDeveloper IDE released with New User Guide

Ann: ActiveDeveloper IDE released with New User Guide

Post by Peter Rasmuss » Fri, 20 Jun 2003 20:50:38



June 2003:

New "ActiveDeveloper User Guide" released for MacOS X 10.1 and 10.2

We have today a uploaded a new copy of the ActiveDeveloper v2.12
download package to our website this time including an extensive
"ActiveDeveloper User Guide" plus reworked Cocoa Demos.

The new "ActiveDeveloper User Guide" responds to user requests with a
very hands on approach in showing how to use ActiveDeveloper with lots
of screen shots. Covering both how to use the IDE with the precooked
demos contained in the ActiveDeveloper download package - plus also
how you get it working for you on your own Objective-C projects.

All ActiveDeveloper specific files (*.projectimage and *.wsp)
in the CocoaDemos are added to the Cocoa PB demo project.
This makes it easier to use ActiveDeveloper and PB in concert.

Available for download at:
http://www.interactive-technology.com/Download/

Your Feedback on the "ActiveDeveloper User Guide" is welcome at:

Have a good day and a great WWDC,
InterACTIVE - Technology

 
 
 

1. ANN: ActiveDeveloper IDE v.2.11 Released on Mac OS X

NEWS

For Immediate Release:

For further information, please contact:
InterACTIVE-Technology

http://www.interactive-technology.com

ActiveDeveloper v2.11  -- IDE Released for MacOS X 10.1 and 10.2

April 2003 -- Vestbjerg, Denmark -- Today InterACTIVE-Technology
released version 2.11 of ActiveDeveloper for MacOS X 10.1 and 10.2
- our Runtime Objective-C & C IDE, JIT compiler and Debugger with
support for Cocoa.

The ActiveDeveloper IDE cuts your API learning curve and allows
incremental Development of any Project. With ActiveDeveloper you get
a Runtime Object IDE allowing you to build NATIVE apps and servers
directly  at Runtime while they run. Thereby bringing you a whole lot
closer to the Objects you work with ...

In ActiveDeveloper version 2.11 stability is improved in the live
object browser, and it's now possible to use ActiveDeveloper on
stand-alone Macs - so you can take it home or use it on your
portable without being connected to a network.

ActiveDeveloper  - "Grow" your Apps - through incremental JIT
Compilation

          - Develop, Test, Debug and Play - at runtime
          - Edit-compile-play cycles in 1-2 seconds
          - Deploy NATIVE Apps - with NO ActiveDeveloper dependency

          -- Available for MacOS X, Windows and OpenStep.

  ActiveDeveloper - Pricing:

Commercial  Single platform (Thin) multi  user license       $ 99
Personal      Single platform (Thin) single user licenses     $ 49
Educational  Single platform (Thin) 5-pack user licenses  $249

            Download ActiveDeveloper from
            http://www.interactive-technology.com>

            Screenshots of ActiveDeveloper:
            <http://www.interactive-technology.com/Screenshots/>

For further information, please contact:

InterACTIVE-Technology

http://www.interactive-technology.com

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InterACTIVE-Technology has since 1992 provided dynamic object
architecture, technology and
experience for projects in top Media and Finance industries.

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