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Hello ..

I need a program such as Visual studio , for my os

i need to design a program , and i want it to run in all of systems ( windows , os , lunix )

please any one can give me a linke or name ?

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XCode is the development IDE for OS X that's available for free..

What language were you going to program in? If you want cross platform, then you have to first find a cross-platform framework that will allow you to deploy across those 3 OS'.

Qt is one such C++ framework that's used by many people successfully..

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The answer to this question depends on what language you want to code in given that a good portion of them are cross-platform.

As Raz0rEdge noted, QT is a good bet especially since there are bindings available for a whole host of languages.

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XCode is the development IDE for OS X that's available for free..

What language were you going to program in? If you want cross platform, then you have to first find a cross-platform framework that will allow you to deploy across those 3 OS'.

Qt is one such C++ framework that's used by many people successfully..
i think i will use php language , so if i have XAMP platform , where can i start ?
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If you're doing web development, cross platform issues are not a concern.

You can write PHP code in any editor. As far as I know, there are no IDEs like VS for PHP (please correct me someone more knowledgable if I'm wrong).

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If you're doing web development, cross platform issues are not a concern.

You can write PHP code in any editor. As far as I know, there are no IDEs like VS for PHP (please correct me someone more knowledgable if I'm wrong).
i will write a Desktop program , so when i designing this program on my mac os , i want it so run in another OSs (windows , lunix) ..
the q : where can i start , waht is best program or platform to doing this ?
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PHP is primarily for web applications. You'd be better off using a language geared towards desktop development.

What languages are you familiar with?

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Might could give this a look: Xojo: Company

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PHP is primarily for web applications. You'd be better off using a language geared towards desktop development.

What languages are you familiar with?
c++ , python , objective c
to be clear my idea is ( i need to design a program for the Lawyer , to submit the cases and the price for it , Clients and insert the database , i need to send reports to ( clients & lawyer ) send messages to thier phone numbers

and a few details alse ( all these actions done from the program i designed from it) , so i think a program such as VS will do what i want , right ?
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Might could give this a look: Xojo: Company
yes , that is one of my options .. thank u
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Any of those languages will accomplish what you want except for Objective-C (which will do that but will be less cross-platform friendly). Python is nice as would C++ with QT bindings and a SQLite database.

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I agree with vansmith that Python or C++ would be a good cross platform choice, and to avoid Objective-C as it is OSX and iOS only.

But I would echo cradom's advice about using Xojo for simple cross platform development from a single and user friendly IDE, and it also can be used for Web Application development from the same IDE.

Although I'm an Objective-C and ApplescriptObjC developer at heart, Xojo would be my 1st choice for your cross platform project.

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