Updated on: Nov 23, 2011
This lesson describes how to create a simple interactive 8-Puzzle game. Sample code is provided that can be placed in and run from the main stack. The board and game tiles are automatically generated.
Updated on: Oct 27, 2010
Often the first thing you learn to do in a new language is to display "Hello World", this lesson will show you how to do this in LiveCode.
Updated on: Nov 11, 2010
In this lesson we will see how to write a custom function that combines several literal strings with random words chosen from three lists to create an insult.
Note: The words list for this insult generator has been floating around the Internet for years. The original source is unknown...
Updated on: Jan 28, 2011
What's the first thing you want to learn to do with LiveCode? A "Hello World!" application of course.
This lesson will show you a variety of ways to say "Hello World!" using LiveCode.
Updated on: Jul 18, 2011
This lesson describes the very basic steps of creating an application that runs on Android via LiveCode. Screen captures and sample code are provided.
Updated on: Oct 11, 2011
You will often want to be able to communicate with your user, to ask them questions, allow them to select a folder or file or give them options or information.
LiveCode provides a number of built in dialogs to allow this type of communication, these dialogs are displayed natively on al...