B4A will soon be free and partially open source

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B4A will soon be free and partially open source

Post by jornmo » Wednesday 22nd January 2020 4:15pm

If you want to develop Android apps in BASIC:

https://www.b4x.com/android/forum/threa ... ow.113257/

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Post by Technopeasant » Wednesday 05th February 2020 4:35am

Interesting. I had toyed around a little with RFO BASIC a little on my old Samsung Galaxy A5.

https://rfobasic.miraheze.org/wiki/Main_Page
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Post by cogier » Thursday 06th February 2020 3:10pm

Not looked into too much yet but B4A seems to be free now. Click here

About to download.....

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Post by jornmo » Friday 07th February 2020 11:30pm

Yes! It is released now :!:

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Post by Philippe734 » Wednesday 25th March 2020 3:36pm

jornmo wrote:
Friday 07th February 2020 11:30pm
Yes! It is released now :!:
Does works fine on Linux, with which wine version?
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Re: B4A will soon be free and partially open source

Post by jornmo » Wednesday 25th March 2020 5:24pm

Have not tried. Doubt it will work.

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