[ANN] LiveCode.tv event #38
Björnke von Gierke
bvg at mac.com
Tue Oct 11 19:46:49 CDT 2011
As usual we had a lot of fun.
Mario Showed his progress on the styles palette. Check it out on his site: http://www.sixsides.it/
David showed his progress on version controlling.
Sadly, at least for people who missed the event, neither of them did record. Maybe you'd like to have some fun too, so contact me to stream about yourself, your live, your code.
On 4 Oct 2011, at 21:18, Björnke von Gierke wrote:
> After a lack of volunteers forced the event into a summer vacation, it has come back sun tanned and ready to rock.
> Mario Miele will introduce his 2.0 update to his style palette add-on. It allows the creation and organisation of different custom button styles, making skinning your application much easier. He did present about it before, and he will also offer some general hints about working with the graphical features of LiveCode.
> David Bovill then continues to educate, this time about lateral unit testing, and how he aims to implement it in his LC based version control platform.
> In between, eHUG (http://www.ehug.info) will raffle off an eBook titled "Take Control of Spotlight for Finding Anything on Your Mac", courtesy of TidBITS (http://www.takecontrolbooks.com), worth $12.98.
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> Sat. 8th October 2011
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