InterACTIVE-Technology has released an update for ActiveDeveloper, bringing it to version 2.17. ActiveDeveloper is a software development app designed for runtime creating and testing. The update enhances Xcode support and ZeroLink disabling. According to InterACTIVE-Technology:
Today InterACTIVE-Technology released ActiveDeveloper version 2.17 for MacOS X 10.3 and 10.2 - our Runtime Objective-C & C IDE, JIT Compiler and Debugger -- supporting Cocoa, WebKit and QuickTime.
The ActiveDeveloper IDE cuts your API learning curve and allows incremental Development of your Project. With ActiveDeveloper you get an Incremental Objective-C IDE that allows you to build and re-build NATIVE apps and servers directly at Runtime - while they run. Thereby bringing you a lot closer to the Objects you work with ...
ActiveDeveloper version 2.17 improves integration into the Xcode build system, and allows you
to work in concert with Xcode similar to how it has worked in concert with Project Builder for
the last couple of years.
ActiveDeveloper 2.17 works with "Fix & Continue" and "ZeroLink" options turned both ON and OFF - just as you like. But since "ZeroLink" disables you to spread Development builds in your working enviromnent, giving them out to colleagues or beta testers - we tend to adviceActiveDeveloper users against using "ZeroLink" - because ActiveDeveloper gives you the same benefits - without the downsides ...
You can find more information about the ActiveDeveloper update at the InterACTIVE-Technology Web site. ActiveDeveloper 2.17 is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$99.00.