Real Studio Developer Magazine is pleased to announce that the new January/February 2013 (11.1) issue is now available in PDF and print-on-demand formats. This issue marks the beginning of our 11th year of publication!
This latest issue of the magazine includes the following feature articles:
* Real Studio in Birmingham * by Richard Duke
Missed the Birmingham Conference? Here's what happened.
* Intro to Fun, Part 2 * by Daniel Gross
Daniel's back with more functional programming in Real Studio.
* Command Line PDFs * by Marc Zeedar
Looking for an easy, cross-platform way to generate PDFs without plugins? Marc explains how to use the command line tool htmltopdf.
* Meet Christian Schmitz * by Marc Zeedar
You use his plugins, but who is he? Meet Monkeybread Software's busy man.
* What's New With R2 * by Marc Zeedar
In December, Real Software released a new version of Real Studio. Here's how to use some of the new features.
The RSD columnists bring articles on optimization, creating SQL tables, web controls, public speaking, and much more.
Interested readers may purchase full-color print editions of Real Studio Developer via the MagCloud fulfillment service (http://rbd.magcloud.com
). Digital editions in PDF may be purchased directly from the RSD website (http://www.rsdeveloper.com/orders.shtml
). Individual PDF issues are $10; annual subscriptions (six issues) are $50.
Also available on the RSD website are printed perfect-bound books of each of the magazine's first 10 years. Each book is over 300 pages and contains over 70 articles and programming tutorials. Volume Ten is available for order now.
About Real Studio Developer
Launched in the summer of 2002, Real Studio Developer is an independent bimonthly publication focused on instructing users of the Real Studio development environment and the Realbasic language. Each issue features over 80 pages of quality articles from top Real Studio programmers and authors. Real Studio Developer is renown around the world as the premiere source of Real Studio instruction, tutorials, and programming advice.
Contact details for your readers:
World Wide Web: http://www.rsdeveloper.com
Snail Mail: P.O. Box 872, Lafayette, OR 97127