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LiveCode Mobile Development Beginner's Guide by Colin Holgate

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Summary

Having created a simple calculator from scratch, you should now be more familiar with the LiveCode environment.

In this chapter we covered:

  • Buttons, fields, scripts, and stack structure, to get an understanding of how they work together.
  • Several short scripts, to illustrate the English-like syntax used by LiveCode.
  • The script window, and how you would debug a script.
  • Other interface controls, in preparation for using them in later chapters.

We also discussed the kinds of variables used by LiveCode, and how it can use abbreviated commands and synonyms.

Now that we've learned enough to make regular LiveCode stacks, we need to download and install additional software from Google and Apple that is required for publishing a stack to a mobile device, ...

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