Xojo for most things. From single source you can compile native Windows, Mac and Linux desktop apps. Plus it can also make compiled web apps and native iOS apps. I also keep Visual Studio around on Windows and Xcode on Mac, of course but they can be such a pain to use.
I mostly use TextWrangler on Mac, but VS Code has been getting more use lately. I use Versions with Subversion and SourceTree with Git, both with Kaleidoscope for diffs. And VMware Fusion for testing apps on multiple platforms.
Wow, I'd never heard of Xojo. It's seems like a whole different take on the process.
Yes. For many folks it is a different, and hopefully easier, take on software development.
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