Similar in many ways to Visual Basic, Xojo allows for visually creating and placing elements while maintaining control of the code behind-the-scenes that makes the app work. It is free to use, which is great for learning both the tool and application structure, and a license is only required once you are ready to deploy your application. Paid users will find this a fantastic tool for freelancing as well as for creating Minimum Viable Products for startups.
For those unable to attend, a PDF of Tim’s slide presentation is available below to give an overview of what was presented and resources for this useful tool.
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