A couple conversations this week lead me to realize that all my posts here draw attention to difficulties I experience programming with Xojo. Some are clearly my mistakes while others are limitations or even Xojo bugs.
I’ve been developing iOS almost exclusively this year, and I am happy to say that I have had zero show-stoppers. I’ve made a few compromises that one could say are Xojo limitations, but when I’ve googled how to overcome, I’ve found countless instances of people using other development environments who struggle with the same issues.
Bottom line for me is that I’m using Xojo, quite successfully, to get the job done. My customers are happy with both the functionality, quality, and development speed. Most importantly, I am enjoying developing now more than ever.
So if I sound like I’m complaining too much, or that I’m finding too many challenges, that’s may be simply due to the nature of a forum like this: somewhere to find solutions to problems.
I’m positive many others share my perspective.
From Cross Basic to Real Basic to Real Studio and now Xojo, I have built my career on the foundation of what I can do with Xojo, so thank you to the Xojo team for the phenomenal product, and thank you to this community for the overwhelming support.