STAZ Software, Inc. has released a new version of FutureBASIC, bringing it to version 4. FutureBASIC is a development environment for software developers using BASIC. The latest version of FutureBASIC features performance enhancements including new tools and menu options. According to STAZ Software:
FutureBASIC 4 comes with its share of great new features and enhancements. The IDE has been totally rewritten for carbon and sports a completely new editor and project manager. All menus and operations have been tightened and streamlined.
A new button bar in the project manager window allows speedy access to simple tasks such as running, checking syntax, and building applications. There are also buttons that run the debugger or profile the application to calculate microseconds spent in each function.
New menu options simplify and extend FutureBASIC 4. A Recent Items menu separately tracks recent projects and recent text files. There is a history menu that follows your editing actions throughout the session. Select any toolbox function and FutureBASIC 4 will look it up on Apple?s web site for you.
You can find more information about the latest version of FutureBASIC at the STAZ Software, Inc. Web site. FutureBASIC 4 upgrades are available for US$99.00, while the full version is available for US$169.00.