m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Fri Dec 24 10:40:55 EST 2010
Look like you are looking for the holy Grail but I think it is the wrong season for that :)
I don't have any generally applicable advice except that experience will eventually tell you what is sensible and what isn't. Over the years I have come to the conclusion that one should never assume that any combination of features works. If A works and B works, A+B may still fail. Before you start a new big project in LiveCode, make sure that you have tested all combinations of required features.
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Op 24 dec. 2010 om 10:26 heeft Keith Clarke <keith.clarke at clarkeandclarke.co.uk> het volgende geschreven:
> Hi folks,
> I want to get smarter at solving issues earlier in the design stage, as my coding skills (or lack thereof) makes the repeated, radical reworking of code - each time I realise I've forgotten something basic - both unproductive and a real bore.
> Are there any basic 'Do/Don't/Consider' checklists to use when planning/design/estimating a new application, stack, card, script. library, etc.
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