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ASObjC Explorer for Mavericks Released

 

Myriad Communications has released its successor to AppleScriptObjC Explorer, available immediately. The new editor takes advantage of the improvements to AppleScript in the latest release of OS X, which make access to Objective-C frameworks from AppleScript easier than ever.

"The changes to AppleScript in Mavericks have largely flown under everyone's radar, but script libraries open lots of doors for scripters," says the application's developer, Shane Stanley. "Bridging between AppleScript and Objective-C code has become much easier. This sets a new direction for expanding AppleScript's abilities."

ASObjC Explorer for Mavericks is designed to make developing AppleScriptObjC-based script libraries simple, with everything you need in one window. It features customised syntax formatting to take advantage of the new interleaved syntax; intelligent code-completion and shortcuts to take the tedium out of entering code; logging, stepping and breakpoints to aid in debugging; and a built-in simplified scripting-definition editor for adding English-like terminology.

It also makes an ideal external editor for AppleScriptObjC-based Xcode projects in Mavericks

ASObjC Explorer for Mavericks can be downloaded from <http://www.macosxautomation.com/applescript/apps/explorer.html>, and can be used free for 30 days. The purchase price is $US49.95.

For further inquiries, contact Shane Stanley at <sstanley@myriad-com.com.au>.


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