Topics in LiveCode Programming
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DigHT 210 - Instructional Applications Programming I: Beginning Programming in LiveCode
Section 1 (D. Asay/R. Hansen)
DigHT 310 - Instructional Applications Programming II: Advanced LiveCode Programming
Runtime Revolution Ltd's Homepage
RevUp—The LiveCode Newsletter from RunRev - Contains lots of great programming tips and tutorials.
Online Scripting Conference Stacks - Links to online conferences on LiveCode scripting topics. Each conference includes an excellent downloadable stack that goes into great detail on the given topic.
1001 Things to do with LiveCode - See what people have created with LiveCode.
LiveCode Embassy (Great LiveCode resources!)
Sons of Thunder Software - LiveCode Tips and Tricks
LiveCode Journal - News, Training and Tips from the LiveCode Community
Useful LiveCode Information and utilities by Chipp Walters
HyperActive Software - Resources (Several good links to LiveCode tips and tutorials.)
Sarah's LiveCode Page (Sarah Reichelt is a free-lance LiveCode developer.)
Sarah's Rev Blog - Great Rev coding tips from Sarah Reichelt.
The Flexible Learning Company - Producer of LiveCode add-ons and utilities.
ChartMaker - A very nice LiveCode add-on library for creating charts and graphs.
The Scripter's Scrapbook - A powerful script library utility.
The Open Directory Project: Links to LiveCode/Revolution Web Sites
Rinaldi Externals Collection
This web site was created by Devin Asay, who is responsible for its content and maintenance. Please send suggestions, comments, and error reports to devin_asay[at]byu[dot]edu.
The following colleagues contributed to these materials:
Devin Asay (LiveCode Course Design, updates, web site)
Chuck Bush (Original HyperCard Course Design)
Russell Hansen (Updates and Revisions)
Jarom McDonald (Updates and Revisions)
These course materials are used in the DigHT 210 and 310 courses at BYU. They are made available as a service to the LiveCode developer community free of charge. All materials here are Copyright © 2004, 2007, 2008 by Brigham Young University. Do not republish or reuse without written permission.
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