I do some programming on Visual Basic and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) and I consider myself proficient at it.
I like Visual Basic a lot, because it enables me to focus more on the problems I'm trying to solve and what I'm building than on the intricacies and the details of the language.
I'm thinking about starting some coding projects, but I don't want to do it with Visual Basic, because it's M$ Windows only
I've been checking Gambas and it's great, but I would like to use something that it's cross-platform.
So I just wanted to know what you guys think. If this has been answered, please be gentle and point me to the right thread
Is there a Visual
, cross-platform, easy to use programming language that allows me to create (and distribute) programs for Linux, Mac and Windows? (If it's free and open source, even better
I've been checking KBasic http://kbasic.com/
and Q7Basic http://www.q7basic.org/
, but I don't know if that's the right path.
Do you think these are good projects, or should I go to a slightly lower level? If you do, which languages do you recommend?
I've been checking Qt, Java, Python and some others, but they're not so Visual
I'm slightly confused. I'd like to find out the
right language, before investing my time on learning it.
Thank you in advance for all the advices and pointers you may give me.
I'm using Fedora 15 and it's great.