REAL Software today announced today that REALbasic will support Cocoa, Apple’s framework for Mac OS X software development. “Adding Cocoa support to REALbasic clearly affirms our commitment to the Mac,” stated Geoff Perlman, president and CEO of REAL. “Cocoa support will enable us to incorporate great new technologies from Apple more quickly and more easily than ever before, and will result in better, more feature-rich software for Mac OS X.” In addition, REAL will deliver support for Universal Binaries, enabling a single application to run natively on both Intel and PowerPC architectures. Realbasic support for Cocoa and Universal Binaries will ship later this year.