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Exploring Real Studio 2012 Release 1

Issue: 10.6 (September/October 2012)
Author: Paul Lefebvre
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Real Studio 2012 Release 1

The first release of Real Studio this year should be available by the time you read this. Real Studio 2012 Release 1 is a big release, with over 350 fixes and was in beta testing for almost two months.

If you don't have it already, download it from here:

http://www.realsoftware.com/download

This release is almost exclusively bug fixes, particularly focusing on Cocoa and Web edition, but there are plenty to go around.

First, I'd like to highlight a couple of the new features that are in this release.

WebKit on Windows

A new feature for Real Studio 2012 Release 1 is that you can now use WebKit with HTMLViewer on Windows. Previously, HTMLViewer always rendered using the Internet Explorer engine, but this causes problems as Internet Explorer does not always make the best use of Internet standards, including HTML5.

Now, when you add an HTMLViewer to your window, you can choose the Renderer in the Properties pane. Your choices are: Native or WebKit. Choosing WebKit will embed the WebKit rendering engine (based off of Chromium Embedded) into your application. This will make your applications about 20MB larger, but it will allow you to use a more modern rendering engine for your Windows applications.

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