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A Rad Way for RAD

Introducing Cryptic RADPACK

Issue: 20.2 (March/April 2022)
Author: David Duke
Author Bio: The Sunday Times stated, "Dave Duke is one of the UK's leading IT experts." He has worked for banks, the military, and large blue chip companies (including Volvo, IBM, ICL, Duracel, Fullers, Whitbread, Barclays, and US 7th Army). He has lectured many times for the military including the Royal Airforce Defense Academy. He also supplied technical information for the Defense Evaluation Research Agency. He worked extensively with New Scotland Yard in the areas of real-time threat detection of criminal material. David has been a keynote speaker several times at London's premiere security conference, "Infosec." He has also been an IT expert to BBC news and recently has appeared as a hacking and security expert on TV and SKY. David has also appeared as an industry expert in many publications, including The Times.
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Cryptic RADPACK is a new add-on module for Xojo that facilitates Rapid Application Development (RAD). RAD is a software design methodology that focuses on reducing the complexity of software development. It can significantly speed up the process of making software by automating many of the common processes and features involved with creating cross-platform applications.

The advantages:

* Shortened development time.

* Improved product quality.

* Higher compatibility with other systems and easier maintenance of the application.

* Less to learn (for example, you don't need to learn how TrueType fonts work internally to obtain the information you need to function seamlessly across platforms).

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