Lazarus is a slick visual IDE that lets you design applications by dragging and dropping controls onto a form. You can add code to handle events and run or debug at the click of a button. Lazarus uses the Free Pascal compiler – and it is available for Windows, OS X and Linux. You can write applications on one of these platforms and compile them on another. In my view, this is the easiest way to break into cross-platform application development.
Lazarus makes it easy to design and code an application on Windows…
…then compile and run it on a Mac (or vice versa)!
If you want to learn Lazarus and Object Pascal, where do you begin? Well, I’ve just published a new multimedia programming course on Udemy that will guide you from your very first steps (basic Pascal syntax) right through to the nitty-gritty details of Object Pascal class hierarchies, user-defined types and object-serialization.
I’ve already taught over 2,500 people to program in my top-selling Ruby course on Udemy. I’m even more excited about my Pascal course. This will not only take you into the lucrative world of cross-platform development with Lazarus but it could also be your first step into the high-earning world of commercial development with Delphi.
My Learn Programming With Pascal course has…
Over 40 lectures
Hours of video content
Source code for Delphi and Lazarus on Windows and Lazarus OS X
A 124-page eBook, The Little Book of Pascal
Learn Programming With Pascal normally costs $99
You can subscribe for just $39 – that’s a 60% saving
But you’ll need to be quick. This offer is only good until the end of November.
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Happy (cross-platform) programming!