Xojo Inc has released Xojo 2014 Release 3 — a major release of their multi-platform rapid development tool. Xojo users can now build iOS apps in the same way desktop and web applications are created (e.g., native iOS applications). This latest release adds 160 improvements and over 20 new features.
Xojo 2014 Release 3 feature highlights include:
* New iOS framework
* New Text data type and supporting methods for improved text handling
* New Auto data type for storing any type or object
* New Xojo.Core classes that make creating international applications easier
* SSLSockets now support newer security protocols like TLS v1.1 and v1.2, and now defaults to TLS v1 instead of SSLv3
This latest release adds 160 improvements and over 20 new features. In addition to the new iOS framework, this release also adds improvements to the web framework and includes new classes that make creating international applications easier. Further, web applications can now respond to requests from search engines such as Google, making their content searchable on the web.
For Web applications, a new HandleURL event allows processing requests for URLs that previously could not be served. This feature also gives you the ability to respond to requests from Google and other search engines.
Single copy licenses start at $99, upgrades available. For more information, see Xojo: http://www.xojo.com