Skip to content

Tag: GitHub

Using Xojo and GitHub

Now that Xojo Lite includes support for saving projects in version control format, it seems like a good time to revisit how you can use Xojo with GitHub, the popular online Git hosting service.

Comments closed

Version Control Ready Xojo Lite and Free Xojo Linux Lite for Everyone

Today we are pleased to announce some big changes to Xojo Lite. Beginning with Xojo 2024r1, new and existing Xojo Lite licenses are version control ready. That’s not all, now you can use Xojo’s free IDE to build Linux desktop and console apps from Linux, macOS, or Windows, no license required.

Comments closed

Xojo for Students

Xojo is a programming language and development environment for creating cross-platform applications for macOS, Windows and Linux from whatever computer you use – Mac, Windows or Linux. You can also create web, iOS, Android and Raspberry Pi apps with Xojo. To empower students, Xojo has partnered with GitHub to offer Xojo Pro to all students in the GitHub Student Developer Pack. In addition to Xojo, the Pack includes tons of free tools to help students expand their technical knowledge and learn new skills.

Students looking to begin their journey into programming choose Xojo for its ease of use and dedication to cross-platform development. Plus, Xojo is true rapid app development and is ideal for building prototypes and mockups really fast. All of these features benefit from Xojo’s OOP-focus. Xojo also has an active and helpful community and years worth of free, on-line resources.

Comments closed

Xojo Github Actions

Would you like to automate the build processes of Xojo built applications with GitHub Actions? With no user interaction the whole process can be performed:…

Comments closed

Xojo Educational Licenses for Teachers

Educators can download Xojo to a classroom of computers and activate the Xojo Educational license on a build machine. Whether your classroom is Windows, Mac or Linux, the Xojo IDE is cross-platform and free to download. Though you may only be teaching desktop development, your students can stretch their skills and use Xojo’s free IDE to develop web, mobile or Raspberry Pi apps.

Comments closed