This review provides a list of examples of various tools that you can use to develop software. Towards the end of the article I also mention some free tools that you can use. Take a few minutes and read the full review. You’ll be glad you did, believe me!
Linux development tools for developing desktop applications.
If you are looking for Linux development tools, you should check out Apache, MySQL, and PHP. These can be installed on both Windows and Linux. These are good, especially if you want to run the applications on Windows after they are fully developed.
What I like about Apache is that it is fairly easy to maintain and well documented. If you are looking for a complete Linux / Apache combination, you can simply download and run Ubuntu. You can also use Kubuntu, which is based on Debian. It is generally easy to use and is regularly updated. Another alternative is Ubuntu (Gnome).
Some examples of software development tools
In addition to the ones I have already presented above, some of the software tools for developing desktop applications include, Apple Xcode, XVT, Clarion, CodeGear, Ebase Platform, Gambas, Gupta, WinDev, Habanero, REALbasic, Microsoft Visual Basic, Panther, Lazarus, RADvolution Designer, Runtime Revolution, The Virtual Enterprise, wxDev-C ++, Microsoft Visual Foxpro, and MX-Frame.
Free software tool for developing desktop applications
Now if you are looking for free application development software, you can try java. You can also get some C ++ and C compilers at no cost. In fact, there are numerous sites offering free trials and absolutely free software downloads that you can visit.