Xcode 2.4 is Apple Computer's integrated development environment for Mac OS X. The full Xcode package is free to ADC members and includes all the tools you need to create, debug, and optimize your own Universal applications, targeting both Intel and PowerPC platforms. At the heart of Xcode 2.4 is a graphical workbench that tightly integrates a syntax-highlighting text editor, a robust build control system, a debugger, and the powerful GCC compiler capable of targeting both Intel and PowerPC regardless of host platform. Xcode is both easy to use, using assistants to create working projects in just minutes, and also powerful enough to build the largest Mac OS X applications. Xcode is bundled with Interface Builder, AppleScript Studio, Java development support, and WebObjects development tools, among many others. For the latest Xcode information see the Xcode updated release notes page.
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Perhaps the easiest way to create a fantastic Mac OS X native application is with AppleScript Studio. By combining an application framework with a development environment, AppleScript Studio allows developers to provide sophisticated user interfaces for applications that execute AppleScript scripts. AppleScript Studio is included with the Xcode Tools.