With Xojo 2020r2, we’ve given you a really easy way to provide hi-resolution and scalable symbols for use as images in Canvas drawings or as Toolbar…
Month: December 2020
Despite the uncertainty, 2020 has been a terrific year for Xojo by nearly every measure. We will continue to plan and be hopeful for the future and we look forward to seeing you in person at XDC London in October 2021. Best wishes to everyone for a happy and healthy 2021.
While we make the full transition of building the Xojo IDE for M1, you can continue to leverage debugging M1 apps while using the Intel based Xojo IDE on macOS.
Over the years, the list of technologies upon which Apple depends has grown longer. These technologies provide a great deal of benefit both to developers and end users. Fortunately, Apple provides, supports and maintains the tools required to use these technologies at no cost to developers. Unfortunately, Apple only provides tools that run on macOS.
Xojo Engineers Paul and Travis talk about Xojo 2020 Release 2 and Apple M1 Macs.
With the newly released M1 Macs, there have been lots of questions about being able to run other operating systems on it, particularly from developers that are used to running Window or Linux in Virtual Machines using virtualization on their Intel Macs.