REALbasic is a programming environment for Mac developers. Here are books to help you learn the REALbasic programming language and also books to use for reference while coding.
An attempt has been made to keep the REALbasic beginners books separate from the more advanced REALbasic programming language books, for your convenience.
See also -- REALbasic Main Page | REALbasic Tutorials
REALbasic for Macintosh
by Michael Swaine; Peachpit Press, 1st Edition; December 2002; ISBN 0201781220
Learning REALbasic Through Applications
Author: Clayton E. Crooks; Pub.: Charles River Media; August 2002; ISBN: 1584502061. Check the reader reviews for this book at Amazon.com
Mac OS X All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies
By Mark L. Chambers, Erick Tejkowski, Michael L. Williams; For Dummies; ISBN: 0-7645-1796-1; Format: Paper; December 2002;
REALbasic, The Definitive Guide, 2nd Edition; Matt Neuburg; O'Reilly; October 2001; ISBN 0596001770. See also 37 sample pages and over 22 reviews, and
REALbasic Makes Programming OS X Apps A Breeze Says O'Reilly.