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LiveCode

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LiveCode [1] is a development environment for both stationary (Windows, Linux, MacOS X) and mobile (iOS, Android) applications modeled after the legendary Apple HyperCard. A visual editor allows fast design of user interfaces, the programming language inspired by the english language allows even non-professional programmers to develop professional applications and the concept of "modifying a running program" simplifies testing and troubleshooting.

On this page you will find a series of "Library Stacks" for LiveCode as well as tips and tricks for working with this system.

Overview

  • BasicLib - a few basic, frequently used functions
  • TestLib - a few simple functions for automated testing of LiveCode applications
     
  • ValidatorLib - a few simple functions for the validation of function arguments and user input
  • NetValidatorLib - additional functions for validating IP addresses, symbolic host names and email addresses
  • FileSpecValidatorLib - additional functions for the validation of file and folder names and paths
     
  • JSONLib - generation and analysis of JSON [2] data
  • LiveCode and Character Sets - a more detailed analysis of the character set handling under LiveCode (currently in German only - sorry)

DropTools

  • arClock - a minimalistic analog clock

Have fun with LiveCode!

Bibliography

[1]
(RunRev Ltd.)
LiveCode | Create apps for multiple platforms. Quickly. Easily. Free
LiveCode is a development environment for both stationary (Windows, Linux, MacOS X) and mobile (iOS, Android) applications modeled after the legendary Apple HyperCard. A visual editor allows fast design of user interfaces, a programming language inspired by the english language allows even non-professional programmers to develop professional applications and the concept of "modifying a running program" simplifies testing and troubleshooting.
[2]
Douglas Crockford
JSON (JavaScript Object Notation)
JSON is a compact text format for representing and exchanging structured data (like XML). It is similar in its syntax to the JavaScript programming language and can therefore be read and processed with ease.