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.
TailBite
Windows tool for easily creating user libraries from PureBasic's ASM files.

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