Developer Tool Updated With Improved OS X Support

AAA+ Software has updated their development tool, Joy, to version 2.2. The latest version adds improved support for Mac OS X, including better compatibility with OS Xis Project Builder. According to AAA+ Software:

Joy for Mac OS X, the popular developer productivity and RAD tool by AAA+ Software, is now available in a new and improved version featuring full support for the new Mac OS X Project Builder and a less obtrusive registration reminder!

Joy provides the fastest path for developers to learn Cocoa, the new way of developing applications for the Mac. It is the tool of choice for everyone who wants to peek under the hood of the new Mac OS!

Use Joyis run time class browser and object inspector to debug your own programs, or even to inspect Cocoa applications you donit have the source code for. Use the built in scripting language (syntactically compatible with Objective-C and JavaScript) to send messages to any object and to teach new methods. Call Carbon API and Java methods interactively from the Joy command window. Use Joy with Appleis Interface Builder to develop standalone Mac OS X applications in record time.

Whatis new in Joy 2.3?

  • Support for Appleis new Project Builder and EOModeler
  • Less annoying registration reminder
  • Updated tutorial

Joy is available for US$69. You can find more information at the AAA+ Software Web site.