Complete visual development environment for Gambas
  13 reviews

Gambas is a free development environment based on a Basic interpreter with object extensions, like Visual Basic(tm) (but it is NOT a clone!). With Gambas, you can quickly design your program GUI, access MySQL or PostgreSQL databases, pilot KDE applications with DCOP, translate your program into many languages, and so on...

This package doesn't include anything: it is a metapackage to install the IDE and all the available Gambas components except deprecated ones, the gtk3, and the qt5 components.
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DKWatson 2 years ago

3.14.3 doesn't run in Linux Mint 20.1 - Tried ForeverNoob's suggestion, got to start-up screen. Will advise progess.

ForeverNoob 2 years ago

If gambas3 not running on mint 20.1, execute "sudo apt install gambas3-gb-form-print".

Keithw 2 years ago

Great. 13.14.3 will not run in Linux Mint 20.1

jfduhamel 7 years ago

Nice language. The drawback remains in the distribution of the applications you wrote. It comes to be tricky to install it on a target PC. The author should really think to that.

kiama-mint 8 years ago

so goods

LinAk 8 years ago

Easy to learn and to use, but use ppa: gambas-team/gambas3 instead for the latest version

Ongytenes 8 years ago

I use this to quickly put together graphical programs from a front end for the command line BIBLE, Contact/Mail manager sqllite database, to utilities like a USB cataloger. I would recommend it for anyone who wants to create their own personal custom programs.

DocZen 8 years ago

Langage de programmation qui ressemble au Basic et donc facile à apprendre même pour les non-informaticiens. L'IDE (ou EDI) est parfait, ressemble à celui de Visual Basic: la création des interfaces graphiques se fait par drag-and-drop. C'est le meilleur IDE que j'ai vu sous Linux.

cogier 8 years ago

The unsung hero in the programming toolbox

jahid_0903014 8 years ago


epdiamantopoulos 8 years ago

Best tool for rapid application development in linux

Vector-full 9 years ago

El mejor lenguaje para aprender a programar, deberia ser el leguaje predeterminado de linux, como lo es LibreOffice por ejemplo

zahurdias 9 years ago

visual basic clone