By Marshall C. Yovits
In view that its first quantity in 1960, Advances in pcs has provided specific assurance of recommendations in and software program and in machine thought, layout, and purposes. It has additionally supplied participants with a medium within which they could learn their topics in larger intensity and breadth than that allowed via typical magazine articles. therefore, many articles became typical references that stay of important, lasting worth regardless of the fast progress occurring within the box.
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Select the folder and change its name to something appropriate, and then drag-and-drop any project items you want into it. The Project Editor also provides easy access to project items. Simply double-click an item and REALbasic responds by opening the appropriate editor and displaying the item in it. Or, if an item does not have an editor, REALbasic displays the item in a viewer. As you learned when building the Hello World! application in Chapter 1, when you work in the Project Editor, you can assign a name to your application by selecting the App item and modifying the MacAppName, WindowsAppName, or LinuxAppName properties.
To help alleviate stress and to get you up and running as quickly as possible, a solid familiarity with the IDE is essential for any REALbasic programmer. The primary focus of this chapter is to help provide you with a thorough overview of the REALbasic IDE and to give you all the information you need. Each time you start REALbasic, its main IDE appears, as Figure 2-1 shows. As you learned in Chapter 1, REALbasic’s IDE looks and operates almost exactly the same, regardless of whether you are running it on Macintosh, Windows, or Linux.
Or, if an item does not have an editor, REALbasic displays the item in a viewer. As you learned when building the Hello World! application in Chapter 1, when you work in the Project Editor, you can assign a name to your application by selecting the App item and modifying the MacAppName, WindowsAppName, or LinuxAppName properties. You can also set properties belonging to menu bar items or any other item that is part of your project from the Properties pane. ■Note Some properties can be modified only during application development.
Advances in Computers, Vol. 27 by Marshall C. Yovits