Ideas for my book.
J. Landman Gay
jacque at hyperactivesw.com
Tue Sep 17 18:29:33 EDT 2019
I think the first question should be: what assumptions will the book
make? Will you assume familiarity with LC syntax and structure and plan
to expand on various subcategories (server, pi, multi-media, etc?) Or is
it aimed at beginners who have never programmed? Or maybe it's for
experienced developers who know other languages but want to learn what's
different in LC?
That would narrow down the choices for the material you plan to present.
Who's the audience?
On 9/17/19 2:40 PM, Patrick Roza via use-livecode wrote:
> First, let me say many of you gave some great input. So let me follow with
> I see an interest in:
> Raspberry PI
> LiveCode server
> Did not see anything on widgets or plugins?
> So here is are some questions for the group.
> 1. When you were learning LiveCode what was the hardest to learn and why?
> 2. What do you think is the main advantage of LiveCode over other
> programming languages?
> 3. Do you think LiveCode is better than Python and why?
> I am just curious and want everybody to give me great input to develop a
> great book.
> Thanks Patrick
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