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LiveCode Mobile Development HOTSHOT by Edward D Lavieri Jr.

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Working with cards

Cards can be an important part of designing user interfaces. Each card represents a screen in your application. Depending upon the type of application that you are building, you might only need one card, or you could use many of them.

Engage Thrusters

Cards can be used in LiveCode to provide different interfaces and screens; they can also be used to organize your mobile app's content. Let's take a closer look at how to use cards for your mobile application.

Examining card properties

Let's begin by creating a new main stack named InteractiveFun_v2. The size of the stack should be 320 x 480 pixels. Once you create the new stack, review the Application Browser (shown in the following screenshot) to gain access to the default card: ...

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