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Community Showcase

Post by Dean.H » Thu May 17, 2018 6:02 am

Hi All,

This is my very first post here :)

I was wondering if there is a place/section where apps, games or UI's that have been built by the community are being shared - not stacks or source code - just like short descriptions with pics, vids or gifs..?

-Dean

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Re: Community Showcase

Post by mrcoollion » Thu May 17, 2018 10:13 am

Hi Dean,

Do not know if you have seen the Lessons part of the livecode site?
Maybe this could help you?
http://lessons.livecode.com/

Regards,

Paul

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Re: Community Showcase

Post by Dean.H » Thu May 17, 2018 12:16 pm

Hi Paul,

Thanks. I was thinking less instructional and more inspirational.

Kind of like a #MadeInLiveCode type of deal. Prototypes, finished applications and the like.
Would be cool to see what the LiveCode community have made or are currently working on.

I'd love to see what type of mobile apps people are making in LiveCode.

-Dean

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Re: Community Showcase

Post by jmburnod » Thu May 17, 2018 4:44 pm

Hi Dean,
I'd love to see what type of mobile apps people are making in LiveCode.
You may download EcrireEnPictos, one app iOS for classroom (French only) here:
https://itunes.apple.com/ch/app/ecriree ... l=fr&mt=8
OS X and Windows version are here:
https://alternatic.ch/ecrireenpictos/#more-8
All for free
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Re: Community Showcase

Post by capellan » Thu May 17, 2018 8:23 pm

Dean.H wrote:
Thu May 17, 2018 6:02 am
I was wondering if there is a place/section where apps, games or UI's
that have been built by the community are being shared - not stacks
or source code - just like short descriptions with pics, vids or gifs..?
Hi Dean,

Check these links:

http://livecode1001.blogspot.com/
http://livecodeshare.runrev.com/
http://livecodesupersite.com/
Scott Rossi's Graphic Demos:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/y8rktke1j1e8m ... s.zip?dl=0

There are so many scattered resources, applications and demos. So many... :shock:

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Re: Community Showcase

Post by Dean.H » Fri May 18, 2018 6:16 am

jmburnod wrote:
Thu May 17, 2018 4:44 pm
Hi Dean,
You may download EcrireEnPictos, one app iOS for classroom (French only) here:
[url]https://itunes. apple. com/ch/app/ecriree ... l=fr&mt=8[/url]
Thanks for sharing :!:

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Re: Community Showcase

Post by Dean.H » Fri May 18, 2018 7:09 am

Scott Rossi's Graphic Demos:
[url]https://www.dropbox. com/s/y8rktke1j1e8m1n/scottrossidemos.zip?dl=0[/url]

There are so many scattered resources, applications and demos. So many... :shock:
Thanks, I didn't know about Scott Rossi's Demos! I'll check them out.

Plenty of resources from the community, bit of a puzzle pulling it all together.

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Re: Community Showcase

Post by Klaus » Fri May 18, 2018 12:17 pm

Hi Dean,

welcome to the forum! :-)

You can check my "references" page, except the app at the bottom of the page "1998", everything is made with Livecode and its ancestors Revolution or Metacard. And there is an iPad app listed, the one at the top "2013-2014". The rest is developed for desktop machines.

http://major-k.de/refs.html


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Re: Community Showcase

Post by bogs » Fri May 18, 2018 3:24 pm

There is also this page (picture is the link) which has lessons, tutorials, and projects completed by others.
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Re: Community Showcase

Post by Newbie4 » Sat May 19, 2018 4:07 am

And here are some more links...

Programs Written in LiveCode:
- 1001 Programs - example programs written by users - http://livecode1001.blogspot.co.uk/
- ERHS Student Written Games - Download and play on your PC/Mac computer, with source code https://erhs.shaosean.tk
- Trojan Horses and Malware - see how LiveCode is used in the most recent exploits https://securelist.com/analysis-of-malw ... ive/58553/

Sites with many samples of code
- LiveCode Share - http://revonline2.runrev.com/
- On-Rev Samples - http://samples.on-rev.com
- TactileMedia http://www.tactilemedia.com/index.html? ... rials.html
- HyperActive - some scripts here...http://www.hyperactivesw.com/revscriptc ... ences.html

More apps that other LC users have written: (older) - (the links are at the bottom of the page) https://sites.google.com/a/pgcps.org/li ... code-links

Enjoy...
Cyril Pruszko
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https://sites.google.com/a/setonhs.org/app-and-game-workshop/home
https://learntolivecode.com/

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Re: Community Showcase

Post by bogs » Sat May 19, 2018 7:19 am

Newbie4 wrote:
Sat May 19, 2018 4:07 am
More apps that other LC users have written: (older) - (the links are at the bottom of the page) https://sites.google.com/a/pgcps.org/li ... code-links
Aw man, didn't I have you covered? I even put up the nice pic! :cry:
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Re: Community Showcase

Post by Newbie4 » Sat May 19, 2018 1:56 pm

Sorry, I was just trying to be helpful.

That page may no longer be reachable from the site and it highlights apps from other members of this forum.

The site also has so many pages by now that it is almost too much. I just wanted to highlight some of the better links. (and save the original poster some time)

Thank you for the mentions and for your participation on these forums, helping other people with LiveCode.

:)
Cyril Pruszko
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https://sites.google.com/a/setonhs.org/app-and-game-workshop/home
https://learntolivecode.com/

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Re: Community Showcase

Post by bogs » Sat May 19, 2018 3:38 pm

Actually, I was joking, but in thinking about it I'll apologize to you. I have always found that site extremely helpful myself, but I had forgotten about some of the linking problems it has, which could make it confusing for new visitors. I sure was sorry to hear you no longer had the ability to access it.

I never had any doubt you were trying to be helpful though :wink:
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Re: Community Showcase

Post by Newbie4 » Sat May 19, 2018 4:18 pm

You have nothing to apologize for. I was not offended. I was trying to simplify the process and explain to the forum why I piggybacked on your email.

Using sitesucker, I downloaded the entire site and if it ever goes down, I may try to replace it. It was done using Google Sites and has a lot of their functions intertwined with the html. If I ever figure out how to easily remove those functions, I will put it up somewhere else.

It also looks dated and I don't have the HTML5 skills to redo it in a modern way. So replacing it is on hold for now. Many people, new and old are still using it. So as long as it stays up, I am happy.

I have started a new one but am still deciding on the direction to go with it.

I am thinking of building a reference or "cookbook" site for LiveCode. One that will show how to do various tasks/functions for people who just want to write a program to do something, not just learn to program. I was thinking of a website patterned after the O'Reilly "Cookbook series of books with "recipes" for assorted tasks in different languages https://www.amazon.com/b?node=8400398011

Do you have any ideas or suggestions?

Thank you, again
Cyril Pruszko
https://sites.google.com/a/pgcps.org/livecode/
https://sites.google.com/a/setonhs.org/app-and-game-workshop/home
https://learntolivecode.com/

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Re: Community Showcase

Post by bogs » Sat May 19, 2018 8:55 pm

The thought of a cookbook site reminds me of the help sections in the (very much older) Mc and Lc 2.2 IDEs, both of which contained exactly that type of code samples, small, easy and quick to type in, explained in detail as to what was going on.

I parted out Mc's help index as a whole, and hosted it in a few places, as far as I can tell the example code all still works although I am told that some of it is doing it the "long way around". Still working on parting out the Lc 2.x version though. If you'd like to look through them (for nostalgia, if nothing else), you can get the Mc stacks here in either standalone or stack form. I of course suggest the stack form one since that would be the easiest to rifle through.

Edit - As far as 'modernizing' it goes, I don't think thats all it is cracked up to be, there is a lot to be said for something that is simple, well organized, and easy to follow. I never use more than plain old HTML 4 myself when I have a choice, along with plain old CSS for controlling the looks, and very simple CSS at that.
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