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Software News   Software News : Only two days remaining on AVD in-development pricing...
   posted by JamieKrueger on 30-Jan-2006 16:47:38 (1299 reads)
For those wanting to support the development of the
AVD (Advanced Visual Developer) Suite for OS4 and save
nearly US $80.00 in the process, you need to do it now!

Don't miss out on this final opportunity to join the team
and get your hands on the latest beta releases of each
component of AVD as they come out.




The special in-development pricing will remain available until
the end of January for the single payment of US $120.00.
After January the price for the AVD Suite v1.0 with be US $199.95.

FDSP Plan for AVD Suite

Best Regards,

Jamie Krueger
BITbyBIT Software Group LLC
    

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Re: Only two days remaining on AVD in-development pricing...
Posted on 30-Jan-2006 23:40:41
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Anyone here use this? Is it worth the money for Amiga developers? We develop visual effects software and video editing software. Would it be a worthwhile investment for us?


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Re: Only two days remaining on AVD in-development pricing...
Posted on 31-Jan-2006 3:27:22
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@DiscreetFX

Have a look at the Bit by Bit site (link above).
The complete package being developed is very ambitious, and would give us much needed development tools, both for the professional and the bedroom coder.

It will save time (and money) for the professional, and also allow beginers to start programming on the Amiga.

Anyway, have a look at jamie's site, he explains it much better than I, and only you can decide if this is right for you.


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Re: Only two days remaining on AVD in-development pricing...
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@discreetfx

I've used the SDK browser, which is quite good, and available freely. The AVD template is also available freely, and is a good starting point for larger projects, and will later be available integrated into the editor and project management portion of the app suite.

The GUI Buiilder is essentially alpha right now, I believe only available to subscribers.

I've been a subscribing member since near day one...it's not so much the current tool's immediate use, but what we hope will come out of it as the components of the complete app suite are done- editor, project management, debugger, UI Builder, etc. It was worth it for me to subscribe as I expect to use some of the tools once they're completed, and wanted to support this ambitious project...saving a few $ is a nice side benefit as well, of course


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