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 Post subject: Re: Show us What You've made in REALbasic!
PostPosted: Mon Jan 19, 2009 11:16 am 
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wcboyd wrote:
That looks very nice.
What is your web site?

According to the URL for the image, it's http://rgb.free.fr/.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 19, 2009 12:22 pm 
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Hello. I thought this would be really interesting..
Show us what you've made in REALbasic. What games, apps or whatever. Please provided downloads as well. I'll start.


Hi All,

First post on the Forums but have been on the NUG for a few years now. Lots of good apps on display here which is great to see!

Here is my app which is a complete re-write of an existing screenwriting app of mine which was initially written in Delphi, but now of course supports Mac and Windows. (You have to love RB!)

Will be released as a beta in a few weeks time:

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The toolbar (KillerToolBar) was made as a canvas control and is theme-based so it can look like anything and is available here if anyone's interested. The editor is also just a Canvas subclass, as is the side bar in the 2nd image.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 19, 2009 4:49 pm 
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imikedaman wrote:
wcboyd wrote:
That looks very nice.
What is your web site?

According to the URL for the image, it's http://rgb.free.fr/.


you can download beta here: http://rgb.free.fr/downloads

if you want support development you can buy a licence

here http://www.shareit.com/product.html?productid=300299368

with licence you have access to all my rb apps in development (Profiler, AppLocale, FileManager, ULS Budget) and all source code !

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 19, 2009 5:39 pm 
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This is my project. It's a old software for windows 95.... The Klingon Language Lab completely rewritten in RealBasic.

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 20, 2009 1:42 pm 
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MediaTechnics Corporation has used REALBasic to create numerous education-related products over many years, including the interactive, digital publishing system used to deliver the digital versions of many best-selling college computer textbooks.

This digital publishing system offers features that go far beyond PDF files and first-generation e-books. It is a sophisticated, next-generation digital publishing system that fully utilizes the power of today's computers to provide a compelling reading experience combining the best features of books, video, and the Web. Titles published with this system can be delivered in many formats, including on CD (BookOnCD), as a download from the Web (BookOnDownload), in the browser (BookOnBrowser), on a Flash drive (BookOnFlash), or as a self-printed book (BookOnPrint). All delivery options can incorporate digital rights management and an automated online payment and activation system.

For more information on the BookOn digital publishing system, visit http://www.mediatechnicscorp.com.

The following screenshots show pages and features from several college computer textbooks delivered with this digital publishing system.

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Ordinary Heroes: Six Stars in the Window, the story of six brothers who served in World War II, is the first non-fiction, historical title to be published using this digital publishing system. In the digital versions of this book, photos come to life as video clips, including original WWII footage and compelling interviews with veterans talking about events from the chapters.

In the screenshot below for example, the text on the page covers the start of the "Big Push," an offensive operation in the mountains of northern Italy, which started on April 14th, 1945. In the digital version of the book, clicking the caption under the photo plays a video clip where one of the veterans recalls the events of that day.

For more information on this project, visit http://www.sixstarsinthewindow.com.

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 20, 2009 2:20 pm 
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Man, these posts just keep sounding more and more like advertisements. Can someone show us fellow programmers what they made without trying to sell us something?

(and thank you to the few people who already did that)

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Hear, hear! I can read marketing copy all day if I want, but even a simple description of how something was done is much more relevant (and interesting) to this list. Who knew Rondo is based on a ListBox? I didn't see that one coming...


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I thought the point of this thread was to show what we have created with REALBasic. Apparently some people feel otherwise.

Not all of us are hobbyists--some of are professionals who use RB to create commercial software, software that is used by hundreds of thousands of users every year, around the world.

There may be current and potential RB users who are not aware of the type of products being created with RB and they may be interested in knowing that RB can--and is--being used to create such products. RB is a great tool for hobbyists,but it's also a great tool for professional development of commercial software.

Of course, if you're not interested in commercial software created with REALBasic, you can just ignore the posts about such software which appear in this thread appropriately named "Show us What You've made in REALBasic!"

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I wasn't singling you out (seriously, we're on page 4 now), and I don't appreciate you suggesting and pregan and I are non-professionals with a small user base just because we'd rather see how people are making their apps rather than how to purchase it.

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Perhaps I could have stated my intent better, but all I was doing was agreeing with imikedaman that it would good to see some kind of info about how the app was made in REALbasic in addition to screenshots and info about the app's purpose. This is a site for developers and for learning development techniques. Even "the pros" will give a little post-mortem every once in a while.


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I understand. No offense taken. ;-)

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imikedaman wrote:
QueenZ wrote:
That looks so cool!!! How did you make that sidebar..? ;)

The blue list or the information pane?


Both.

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I think some of the products sound like they are being sold because the programmers are proud of them! I am :P

For programming tips you may want to have a look at my DocHaven (http://www.holymackerelsoftware.com) and ask me questions to help your app: written to use a choice of RealSQL, MySQL and the Cloud, FTP list/upload/download/delete file/delete folder, Zip compression, the VolumeBrowser ListBox, MBS's QuickLook (from their Cocoa plugin, plus this one can resize!), Toolbar icons, links to email (with attachments, subjects, merged data), queued requests, floating windows, speech, file icons, Finder data, twitter-like messaging with user photos, sounds (on the cash register), the use of a free demo model that doesn't give the user too much, serial numbers give number of users, OK buttons greyed until correct data entered, resizable fields when windows are resized, datacontrols, Inspector window that changes when a different document is highlighted, progress bars, auto-scrolling log fields, the creation of aliases, password fields show as dots, cross-platform SpotLight-like searching, timed messaging, timed backups, sheet windows, check-boxes in listboxes, multi-line SQL searches and Apple Address Book importing.

My main plugins are MonkeyBread software (MBS REALbasic Cocoa Plugin.rbx, MBS REALbasic Leopard Plugin.rbx, MBS REALbasic Mac Plugin.rbx, MBS REALbasic Main Plugin.rbx, MBS REALbasic Picture Plugin.rbx, MBS REALbasic QuickTime Plugin.rbx), Einhugur (#CoreClasses.rbx, CoreClasses.rbx, #TypeLib.rbx, DateControl.rbx, e-CryptIt Engine.rbx, IconLib.rbx, #TypeLib.rbx, DateControl.rbx, e-CryptIt Engine.rbx, IconLib.rbx, StyleGrid.rbx, TaskBar.rbx, TimeControl.rbx, TreeView.rbx) and the MySQL database plugin.
I also use FTPSuite and Thomas Tempelman's Zip routines.

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I don't have the screenshots at hand (not on my RB-equipped box), but my main program is a combined scoreboard/clock/stats-keeper for the sport of Australian-rules football. Have also done versions for rugby, high-school-rules wrestling, judo, and cricket. Working on a full-on turnament manager for wrestling.


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 24, 2009 3:46 am 
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Hi,

I have developed a listbox class that allows sorting by date, number and multiple columns.
Also export \ import from and to txt and .rsd files.
Row and cell coloring based an a cell's content, eg set cell backgroundcolor to red if the value is < 0

Here are some screenshots of the demo-app that comes with the download:

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you can run SQL queries against a xListbox and show the result in another xListbox:
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the class is free for private use.

Download and more information here:
http://www.scout-soft.com/xlistbox

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