How to install VBA Programming on Ubuntu 12.04 (x86_64)
VBA programming for Ubuntu 12, 14, and 15 has now arrived as a new open-source program from the Unity developers.
This is a significant step forward in VBA development.
We are pleased to announce that VBA is now available in Ubuntu 12 and 14.
It is a relatively easy to use programming language that can be used to write VBA scripts for both desktop and embedded applications.
There are several VBA scripting languages in use today: C#, VBScript, VBA.NET, and VBA for Java.
The Unity Unity VBA compiler for Unity is a lightweight, fast and efficient VBA-compiler.
VBA has become an integral part of the Unity development workflow.
It has been integrated into Unity and many Unity-based games.
We strongly encourage all developers to start with Unity.
VB Script, VBC, VBE, and Visual Basic are also widely used VBA programs.
Visual Basic and VBC have been supported by Unity since the beginning, and we are pleased that they are now available for VBA as well.
VBC is the standard for programming VBA and it is also widely supported by the Unity community.
This means that any developer can learn VBC from any source, and it can be embedded in Unity and used in many Unity applications.
It can also be used in standalone applications as well, for example in a game.
VBE is the latest version of VBA written in C++ and is supported by many applications and game engines.
VBO, a compiler that compiles VBA code to native code, is also a widely used alternative to VBC.
We encourage you to start learning VBA today, as we have done in our previous posts.
Unity has supported VBA since the early days of the project and we hope that it continues to be an integral component of the development workflow for Ubuntu and the Unity ecosystem.
Learn more about Unity VBC