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NSB/AppStudio

Build Apps on Desktop, Deploy to Mobile Platforms

$199
v8.4.2.0 Mac & PC  Download Trial
Platforms: Windows 7+, Mac OS 10.6+
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Did you ever try to learn how to develop mobile apps, only to give up in frustration? Think that you need an advanced computing degree to start your career as an app developer? Think again! Just pick up a copy of today’s discount software promotion, AppStudio!

AppStudio is a powerful development environment that lets you build apps on your desktop machine, then run it on your device of choice. With AppStudio, you’ll be able to program your applications in JavaScript or BASIC using your Windows or Mac desktop, then port your creations over to iOS and Android devices quickly and easily.

You will not find a better rapid development platform than AppStudio. Featuring tons of sample code to get you up and running quickly, AppStudio empowers you to start getting your apps out for mobile, all without any royalty requirements!

Please note folks: version 8.1 has support for Bootstrap 4, GitHub and programming teams plus PWAs, Electron and Voltbuilder. Making native apps for Android, iOS, Windows and MacOS has never been easier!

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HJ User Is there a pdf version of the handbook, reference, etc.?
Jan 24 at 5:58pm Copy Link
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George Henne Yes. Under the Help menu, the complete documentation is available in offline HTML, fully linked and searchable.
NSB Corporation - Jan 24 at 6:20pm Copy Link
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HJ User Thank you for your response, but my question was whether the documentation is available in PDF format.
Jan 24 at 7:55pm Copy Link
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George Henne The problem with PDF format is that hyperlinks don't work. The AppStudio documentation has lots of links in it, to make it more effective. If a command's description references a couple of other commands (which is normal), it's much quicker to click a link than search through a pile of pdf's.
NSB Corporation - Jan 25 at 2:51am Copy Link
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