2900 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Nov 6, 2009 12:55 AM by Tron55555
xnav is right. RealBASIC is a good one to check out. I have a small amount of experience with it, as well as Visual Basic and Liberty BASIC. So, I don't really care for BASIC or any of its variants, but I think that if you to program BASIC on the Mac then RealBASIC is a good way to go. It's similar to Visual Basic, and provides a simple way to build basic (and maybe not-so-basic) apps on the Mac. I'm not sure if it supports iPhone development or not, but it's definitely worth looking into if you need to program BASIC on Mac, and it's the only BASIC-based development environment on the Mac that I know of (there could be more that I don't know of though).