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REALbasic: The Defintive Guide: The Definitive Guide (Classique Us) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – November 1999

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Matt Neuberg's REALbasic: The Definitive Guide is a diligent and thorough introductory text for REALbasic 2 on the Macintosh, an object-oriented programming environment based on components and BASIC. Even if you've never programmed before, this title--combined with the power and ease of use of REALbasic--is all you need to start writing your own software for the Mac.

In addition to being a tutorial to the REALbasic tool itself, the author's introduction to object-oriented software is remarkable for its patience while also getting the beginner to think in objects. (Besides an authority on Macintosh programming, Neuberg has a Ph.D. in ancient Greek. This book is probably alone in that it discusses objects while quoting Plato.) There is a full tour of REALbasic program statements, data types, and the nuts and bolts of working with the environment and building basic programs.

The heart of this text covers the various controls and features available in REALbasic. The author discusses simple and advanced user controls (like buttons, edit controls, menus, and list boxes). Neuberg's tour here will let any reader design user interfaces and add event handlers to provide program functionality. Highlights include how to display images and create animation, sound, and video within REALbasic. (Here, the author extends the already strong multimedia support in REALbasic with his own code for a simple video game.) For more experienced users, there are how-tos on using files, databases, and socket programming with TCP/IP and AppleScript.

In all, REALbasic: The Definitive Guide serves its purpose well as a one-volume reference and tutorial to getting the most out of this capable tool, whose functionality certainly rivals any of today's RAD-style programming environments. --Richard Dragan

Topics covered: Overview of the REALbasic environment, BASIC language keywords, constructs and datatypes, arrays, objects, classes and instances, subclasses, events, menus, application architecture, building and debugging, window basics, system events, mouse processing, canvases and graphics, displaying images, basic controls, list boxes, progress bars, sliders, shapes, menus, tab panels, keyboard and mouse processing, files, databases, clipboard, drag-and-drop functionality, sound and MIDI, playing movies, game animations, printing, socket programming, Apple Events and AppleScript, and language extensions with XCMDs and plug-ins.

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REALbasic is a very inexpensive program that allows users to design full-fledged applications. Simply put, it is like having Visual Basic on the Mac. It is an application for writing applications that are astonishingly small and fast. REALbasic uses a simple interface and an object- and event-oriented language; this makes development, maintenance, and alteration of projects very easy. There is no other program like this for the Mac. If you want to write a Mac application, you have little choice of application frameworks, and REALbasic is the only one with visual design, object orientation, and an easy language. With the Macintosh's popularity on the rise and REALbasic, which presently only runs on Mac, with plans to make Windows applications, the interested audience is wider than the platform implies. Presently there are no ordered instructional books for REALbasic. REALbasic: The Definitive Guide gives people the information they can't get from the documentation alone and provides new users with the details they need to grasp the program's essential concepts. This book takes the reader from zero knowledge of programming to the ability to program every aspect of REALbasic.

The book is divided into three main sections. Divided into three main sections, REALbasic: The Definitive Guide covers: Fundamentals: provides a detailed and comprehensive summary of the language that does more than list the details -- it quickly shows you how to think about programming and accomplish your goals in less time User Interface: goes on to cover the creation of a complete application with details of the rich classes and pre-defined tools that make life so much easier for the REALbasic programmer. Reaching Out: rounds out the book with comprehensive coverage of Internet communications, databases, multimedia, game programming and more! This book covers REALbasic 1 and REALbasic 2. Version 2 adds an internal database, an interface to SQL servers, and the ability to compile for Windows and Java. REALbasic: The Definitive Guide is poised to become an essential reference for the expanding legion of developers who are are discovering the power and flexibility of this program.

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Don't get me wrong: This book is excellent. Matt is a real Thinker, he is able to get hard and complicated facts across to you in the most simple and truly basic way; furthermore, his examples are sometimes so funny you find yourself laughing at his imagination. There were a lot of things that I had'nt thought about earlier that bacame clear as light with just a sentence or two from this book. BUT if you're a real beginner, even though the text on the cover promises you everything, youll be disappointed. This book is no tutorial. If I hadnt done a bit of programming in several different languages, I shouldn't have understood a word. It's the typical case of the programmer being changed by his computer: Matt has been around for so long, he can't imagine anyone not understanding that the lines of code he presents in the beginning of the book won't work without a context that YOU are supposed to provide. This book is great. Highly recommended! But pure beginners: Work through some easy tutor before you start on this one.
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(The following review is aimed at people wanting to learn programming for the first time).
If you have never programmed before, know this: Programming is not easy, period. Do not expect to pick up this book thinking in a short time you will be pumping out the next killer app. You do need to have a fair amount of intelligence to grasp programming concepts, and following this up with loads of experience makes you good at it. "REALbasic : The Definitive Guide" is a good start on this trip. It makes a good attempt at introducing programming to the novice, but at the same time, it is definitive in that besides giving a thorough rundown on each and every part that makes up the REALbasic programming environment, it also touches on the many nuances (and bugs) that make it different from others. Object-orientation seems to be the catch-cry of the day, and the simple explanation given here will give you a good basic understanding of its principles. Why did I give the book four stars and not five? Two reasons: One - a CD-ROM with the latest REALbasic demo (at time of printing), and your usual code examples etc. would have been nice; Two - I found it disconcerting at times that concepts or commands referred to hadn't been explained yet (a pointer to its existence or explanation further on in the book would have sufficed). However, these are only small gripes and should not influence your decision to buy the book. I would recommend this book as an essential tool to the novice and intermediate programmer, but experienced REALbasic programmers would still find it a good/thorough reference.
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REALbasic is one of the best programming languages I've ever had the opportunity to use, and Matt Neuburg's book, "REALbasic, The Definitive Guide" is a MUST HAVE for every REALbasic programmer.
Mr. Neuburg does a wonderful job of detailing the in's and out's of REALbasic. He covers all the territory from beginning to advanced programming, and has a treasure trove of examples, tidbits, and areas to avoid for REALbasic programmers. Not only has it helped speed up my time coding, but it's eliminated countless hours of frustration that would have been wasted otherwise.
The price of the book is practically a give-away; I've paid three times more for programming books in the past that haven't been nearly as half as helpful. I applaud Mr. Neuburg's compilation. The world of computing would be a better place for everyone if all programming books were this well written.
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I studied programming in school but had trouble grasping many of the concepts of programming, so dropped my studies, but continued trying to learn these past few years on my own, venturing in to Visual C++, Visual Basic, and a few others. I gave REALbasic a shot just for fun, and was doing ok, but the Definitive Guide has taken me farther in the month since I got it than in the past years with any language. Now, finally, I'm comfortable enough to purchase the full language and have fun with it.
This book is much better than many of the textbooks I've been through and other books I've purchased for various languages.
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eine wirklich ausführliche Beschreibung von Realbasic. Für nicht native Englischsprecher ist sogar die Sprache gut verständlich, doch wie bei fast allen amerkanischen Buchautoren über Computer kommt nach der kurzen Einweisung in das ABC schon der direkte Sprung auf die Sterne. Der Anfänger darf sich dann die Sprossen bis dahin selber zimmern, sonst versteht er bereits nach dem 1.Artikel nichts mehr.
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