Tutorials + idea
jperryl at ecs.fullerton.edu
Tue Dec 31 15:09:01 EST 2002
How simple are we talking? I have the beginnings of a mouse events
tutorial stack that aims, well, to teach mouse events to people having no
knowledge of scripting. I actually have a completed Director (ugh!)
version (because that is what the instructor required) but I don't like it
and have the start of its prototype in Rev (ran out of time so jumped
straight into Director to finish).
Right now the Director file is in a password-protected location but when
I'm done gradingh a few inches of term papers and 50 or so programs, I
could make a copy elsewhere.
I'm hoping eventually to complement it as a series of things like "Math"
and "Music" and, oh, I don't know, what-have-you.
Have a great new year!
On Tue, 31 Dec 2002, Richard Gaskin wrote:
> But we needn't wait for that: if any of the readers of this list have
> insights to share with newcomers, please consider making a tutorial stack or
> a Web page to share that knowledge. If you're a consultant, I can tell you
> that, judging from my hits logs, there are definite benefits to having
> Rev-related materials on your site -- seems RunRev's marketing is raising
> interest in Rev rather well, as I see a month-to-month increase in hits from
> search engines for Rev-related searches.
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