September 13, 2013 in OS X Development (E)
[prMac.com] Austin, Texas - Xojo, Inc., creator of Xojo, a multi-platform desktop, console and web/web-mobile development tool, today announced that Xojo will be on sale for "Programmer's Day", September 13, 2013, from 12:00 AM to 11:59 PM CST. All new licenses will be discounted to 30% off of their original price.
Using Xojo developers can create powerful multi-platform applications for OS X, Windows, Linux and the web, ranging from utilities to full-featured enterprise applications and everything in between. Xojo is great for both those who are new to or want to learn programming and professional, full-time developers.
In addition to supporting application development for the desktop and web, Xojo will soon launch native iOS support, as seen in a recent demo video, linked below.
Xojo is free to use for learning and development, but a license must be purchased to build standalone apps. Xojo offers a free "Introduction to Programming" textbook designed to introduce the concepts of object-oriented programming that can be applicable to any programming language you want to learn.
Xojo, Inc. offers a 90-day money back guarantee on new licenses, so developers can purchase their license at the discounted price during this one-day sale and get a full refund within 90 days if they are not fully satisfied. Xojo is currently shipping Xojo 2013 Release 2.
To take advantage of this sale visit Xojo on Friday, September 13th and use coupon code DEVDAY when checking out in the store.
Pricing and Availability:
Xojo 2013 Release 2 is currently available for download. Xojo is free to use for learning and development, and deployment licenses are available in the following options: Web ($400), Desktop ($300), Database ($300), Console ($100), and Xojo Pro ($995), which includes all of the licenses, added priority technical support, and more.
Xojo, Inc. was founded with the idea that software development should be accessible to anyone. With traditional tools, creating software applications can be a very complicated process, but using Xojo anyone can learn to create high quality, native apps for the web, OS X, Windows, Linux and soon, mobile as well. With users all over the world, Xojo apps can be found in every conceivable category - from commercial software applications to use in governments, universities, businesses, and the Fortune 500. Xojo also offers a free ebook titled Introduction to Programming (Using Xojo) for secondary-level and college students, and anyone looking to learn programming. Copyright (C) 2012 Xojo, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh and Mac OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.