Albuquerque, NM (PRWEB) April 16, 2012
“For the first time on the iPhone and iPad programmers, scientists, students, and hobbyists have the opportunity make full use of the unique features of the iPhone and iPad,” said Mike Westerfield, president, Byte Works, Inc. “Complete access to the built-in sensors; the ability to write interactive programs; and libraries for GUIs, graphics and sensors, all using the standard BASIC programming language, are now available to anyone interested in programming on the iPhone and iPad.”
Among the key features in techBASIC 2.0:
Sixteen different iOS GUI Controls, including:
Write Interactive Programs:
Advanced Math Functions:
Support for array and matrix commands like matrix inversions, determinants, matrix arithmetic, and more.
Many samples are included with techBASIC, and the Byte Works website includes a growing collection of projects, Quick Start Guides and a Reference Manual with dozens of complete working sample programs.
iPhone, iPod touch or iPad running iOS 5 or later
Pricing and Availability
techBASIC 2.0 is $14.99 (USD) and is available worldwide in the App Store Utilities category.
The Byte Works has been creating quality “apps for people who think™” since 1982. Current directions include apps for scientific programming, calculators and astronomy programs for iOS. Past efforts include developing Apple Programmers Workshop and the award winning ORCA line of compilers for the Apple IIGS, the HyperLogo™ scripting language for HyperStudio™, and MediaBlender™, a multimedia authoring tool for education.