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NSBasic/AppStudio now native on OS X

George Henne, the developer of the AppStudio development environment for NSBasic, has announced that the latest, just-released version of the software, version 3, now includes completely native support for Mac. AppStudio allows developers to use BASIC or Javascript to create iPhone or Android apps, but previously the IDE only ran on Windows. Now, the app is Mac-compatible, and any previously created apps should just work, no matter what platform they were created on.

Sounds good to use. The AppStudio environment requires Mac OS 10.7 Lion or later, which hopefully you're already running. You can download a demo of the software, or pick up a single developer license for US$99.95, over on the main site.

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