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SlickEdit Inc., provider of the most versatile code editors available, announces the release of SlickEdit 2012. This version introduces a new user interface architecture to the powerful editor. Other key features added in this release include beautifier enhancements, improved Objective-C support, and Android SDK project support.
SlickEdit 2012 is the premier cross-platform, multi-language code editor that gives programmers the ability to code in over 40 languages on 9 platforms including Windows®, Linux, UNIX, and Mac OS X®. In addition to this flexibility, SlickEdit allows developers to smoothly handle large projects of over 40,000 files and to use SlickEdit’s macro language, Slick-C, to extend the editor to their personal style. It also offers 15 strong emulations for anyone who is migrating from another editor, among other powerful features.
"SlickEdit 2012 is a landmark release for us. It's the first version where all of our platforms are now on the same user interface foundation,” said Matthew Etter, Director of Software Development. “The new UI not only benefits the look and feel of the current version, but provides us a jumping off point for innovation in future releases. We think our customers that write code in C++ and Objective-C will really enjoy our new beautifier framework, and we're excited about extending beautifier support to a wide range of languages."
New features available in SlickEdit 2012 include:
* New User Interface Architecture
* Beautifier Enhancements
* Android SDK Projects
* Support for Xcode 4 Workspaces
* New Build Tool Wizard
* Improved Objective-C Language Support
* Document Overview Bar
* Expanded Auto-Complete Facility
* ODB Editor Suite Support for Mac
* Ubuntu Unity Desktop
SlickEdit 2012 pricing starts at $299 for new licenses. SlickEdit also offers the SlickEdit Core for Eclipse™ plugin. Visit the SlickEdit website at SlickEdit.com for free trial downloads and more information about SlickEdit Inc.