PureBasic is a proprietary programming language developed by Frédéric Laboureur (Fantaisie Software, France) for Windows, Linux, Mac OS X and AmigaOS. It produces small executables without any runtime libraries and is suitable for all kinds of software including 3D games.
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PureBasic
Official site with description, screenshots, demo downloads, ordering information and forums in English, French and German.
Horst Schaeffer's PureBasic Corner
Freeware add-ins for the PureBasic IDE and code snippets.
ProGUI
Commercial library providing GUI components and features in Office 2007, Office 2003 and XP/Whidbey styles. Includes documentation, trial version and examples.
PureArea.net
Portal with news, links, showcase, tutorials, open source libraries and a comprehensive code archive.
PureBasic - A Beginner's Guide To Computer Programming
An introductory book in PDF format by Gary Willoughby. Includes source code and Win32 API helpfile.
PureBasic Team Blog
News and thoughts from the developers. [RSS]
PureVision
Commercial form-design software for Windows. Demo version and manual are available.
PureBasic
Official site with description, screenshots, demo downloads, ordering information and forums in English, French and German.
Horst Schaeffer's PureBasic Corner
Freeware add-ins for the PureBasic IDE and code snippets.
ProGUI
Commercial library providing GUI components and features in Office 2007, Office 2003 and XP/Whidbey styles. Includes documentation, trial version and examples.
PureBasic Team Blog
News and thoughts from the developers. [RSS]
PureBasic - A Beginner's Guide To Computer Programming
An introductory book in PDF format by Gary Willoughby. Includes source code and Win32 API helpfile.
PureVision
Commercial form-design software for Windows. Demo version and manual are available.
PureArea.net
Portal with news, links, showcase, tutorials, open source libraries and a comprehensive code archive.

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