REAL Software has announced that REALbasic 2.1.2 is now available. The new release includes bug fixes and is a maintenance release. According to REAL Software:
This release fixes a bug with list boxes on Windows where deleting a row when the scroll handle was at the bottom of the list box resulted in a crash.
REALbasic is a visual, object-oriented BASIC development environment for the Macintosh.
REALbasic is easy enough for beginners and powerful enough for professionals to use. Users of all skill levels can quickly and easily create their own stand-alone software using REALbasic. It combines a visual interface editor (for creating windows, dialog boxes, and menus), an integrated code editor (for making the interface items do more), a debugger (for finding problems with your program), and a compiler (that allows you to run your projects and then build royalty-free, stand-alone applications).
REALbasic uses a modern version of the venerable BASIC programming language with an object-oriented structure and it's highly compatible with Microsoft Visual Basic, the most popular programming language in use today. REALbasic supports numerous computer industry standards like ODBC, SQL, AppleScript, TCP/IP, and more.