What are Plumeria Smart Charts?
PlumeriaSC is a Mac OS X application that allows you to create 3D applications with object oriented flow charts.
You can either use the flow charts to generate source code to compile an application with Xcode or run the flow charts in PlumeriaSC's application simulator.
A Mac with Mac OS 10.6 or newer.
An Intel Core 2 Duo (64 bit processor) or newer.
An iOS device with 4.3 or newer is required for creating iOS applications.
Xcode 4 for Mac OS 10.6 or newer.
Before buying Plumeria Smart Charts check list:
1.) Note: You don't have to download Xcode or buy an Apple Developer membership if you want to run everything inside PlumeriaSC's simulator.
The simulator cannot make applications but you can send PlumeriaSC projects to other PlumeriaSC developers who can run them in their simulator.
Before you start using Xcode make sure your application works and runs in PlumeriaSC's simulator.
Xcode uses the source code that is generated from PlumeriaSC to create applications that can be sent to Apple's Mac and iOS app stores.
As of this writing Apple offers a free download of Xcode to test it out.
Then you should buy either or both of Apple's Mac or iOS developer accounts which cost 100 USD dollars each.
Go to developer.apple.com
to set up your Apple Developer account and download Xcode.
2.) Download PlumeriaSC and write down or copy and paste the computer number that is displayed when you launch it.
You will need this number when you purchase PlumeriaSC.
If there is no computer number it means that PlumeriaSC does not work on your system.
Do not purchase it.
3.) As of this writing PlumeriaSC costs 140 USD dollars for a one year subscription.
You should get your registration number sent to your email after the purchase.
If you let your subscription expire PlumeriaSC will stop working but your source code for Xcode will still work.
PlumeriaSC version 1.4.2
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Note: Performance varies on different Macs and devices. The performance on all Macs and devices tested ran without any visible hiccups.
Mac source code: 100,000 triangles/300,000 vertices on MacBook Pro 2010 with 500 buffers and 200 triangles in each.
iPhone source code 1,000 triangles/3,000 vertices on 2nd Generation iPod Touch with 50 buffers and 20 triangles in each.
Mac Simulator 10,000 triangles/30,000 vertices on MacBook Pro 2010 with 200 buffers and 50 triangles in each.
Mac source code: 1,000 triangles/3,000 vertices on MacBook Pro 2010 with 1,000 buffers and 1 triangle in each.
iPhone source code 50 triangles/150 vertices on 2nd Generation iPod Touch with 50 buffers and 1 triangle in each.
Mac Simulator 300 triangles/900 vertices on MacBook Pro 2010 with 300 buffers and 1 triangle in each.
Note: One buffer in PlumeriaSC equals running one Polygon.update function with one triangle in it.
Why are Plumeria's charts so smart?
Catch infinite loops before they crash your application.
Did someone who bought your app find a bug?
PlumeriaSC can embed code that displays an alert that reports the name of the variable and the flow chart it's in.
It also reports what the variable type should be and what it equaled when the crash was caught.
Of course, you can disable this feature whenever you want.
Plumeria will still catch crashes it just will not display the alert.
Tired of waiting for Xcode to compile code?
The Simulator launches instantly with almost all of the features that the source code has.
It safely catches application crashes and highlights the exact function in the flow chart that is causing the problem.
In App purchasing:
Don't want your children racking up your credit card for extra features?
Plumeria does not support in app purchases.
Instead developers can sell PlumeriaSC to others and get a commission.
We do not install anything in the source code that will send data to us.
That includes statistics on what your users are doing.
PlumeriaSC generates source code for Apple's Xcode so you can compile an application and send it directly to Apple not us.