How do you handle the poor performance of LC 7?

Dave Kilroy dave at applicationinsight.com
Mon Jun 1 07:54:28 EDT 2015


Thanks for the confirmation Peter

To get through the iOS App Store I need a commercial version of LiveCode, so
can you give us a rough date of when a commercial version of v8 will be
released? I'm not after a definite date but something I can use to help me
decide...

If an approximate release date is either unknown or too far in the future to
be contemplated then can you assure us that we could develop in v8 and - as
long as no widgets etc were used - build standalones with v7?

Kind regards

Dave



Peter TB Brett wrote
> You're correct -- LiveCode 8 is indeed LiveCode 7 with widgets and a 
> revamped IDE.
> 
> I do hope that you can make the switch to using LiveCode 8.  LCB and 
> widgets are especially fun to play with, and in particular widgets make 
> it much easier to teach and demonstrate how good LiveCode is for rapid 
> app development.  It feels much more fun and productive to design apps 
> when you don't have to spend half an hour fiddling individual graphics 
> objects into place to create your user interface!
> 
>                                    Peter





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