Really learning Revolution
Björnke von Gierke
bvg at mac.com
Sat Aug 3 18:29:01 CDT 2002
Well the truth is: YOu already have the manuals!
The printed manuals contain exactly the same information as the
documentation which ships with the application (rightmost button). Some
people suggest to buy a HyperCard book, as most commands function the
My approach was always learning by doing, trying to do things that I am
interested in, and learn them. But I know that others don't always like
also try to look after some of the pages out there you find the
runrev-webring on the main page of runrev.com, read the tips of the week
when you already are there...
On Sonntag, August 4, 2002, at 01:18 , Robert McNeil wrote:
> Hi everyone, my name is Rob McNeil.
> I have been following this list for some time. I only have the free
> application. I believe I have a wealth of ideas for Run Rev - my
> concern is
> this. From your experience, what is the best, most direct way to learn
> Revolution? I understand that I will have to by the license and get the
> manuals, any other tips out there?
> I love to tinker with this stuff and have some free time. So feel free
> let me know the best paths? I have a pretty good understanding of html,
> some college programming experience, but that was many moons ago. I have
> built small apps in hyper card before, but nothing compared to what I
> you folks playing with.
> Rob McNeil
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