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Real Studio is a cross-platform software development environment. With it you can create desktop applications for Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux. Additionally, you can create web applications that run on a wide variety of browsers. In this course, you'll learn about Real Studio, its history, and how it can help you create better software. Paul spends much of the course showing you how to build a practical, working application: ToDo. The ToDo application demonstrates how to design user interfaces, access databases, create object-oriented code, and create an application that works on Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux. After you've built the desktop version of ToDo, you'll learn how to migrate it to the web using Real Studio Web Edition. Make better software; learn Real Studio today by clicking on the links below!
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