Updated on: Sep 01, 2010
In this lesson we will see how to use revTalk to build a small Word Finder application. This application was originally developed by one of the Rev team to 'assist' him in his Scrabble playing, it's handy but perhaps not strictly within the rules of the game..
Updated on: Sep 10, 2010
Players are a great feature of Revolution, they can play audio or video allowing you to create rich media applications. Players can be stopped, paused, rewound - all the abilities you would expect of any media player - but one of the features that makes Revolution players really powerful is ca...
Updated on: Jan 24, 2011
Perhaps the most powerful aspect of Rev is the ability to write a small tool or application in a matter of minutes. Even large scale projects can be completed in a fraction of the time it would take to write them in one of the traditional languages. But how can you make your tool or applicatio...
Updated on: Feb 06, 2012
In today's world time is a highly valued commodity. With busy lifestyles and demanding jobs people rarely have time to sit down daily to read their favourite newspaper or website. This has led to a culture in which people demand information immediately and this, in turn, has helped lead t...
Updated on: Sep 14, 2010
I have an old laptop at home, which over the years has taken quite a beating and has everything (including the kitchen sink) installed on it. As a result, it now takes the best part of 30 minutes just to boot up. I don't want to re-format the drive and re-install windows as there is a bun...
Updated on: Nov 22, 2012
Hangman is a fun and simple game that everyone knows how to play. This tutorial will show how easy it is to create a Hangman game in LiveCode.
Creating a game is a great way of starting out with LiveCode as it covers many features
* Using basic controls; buttons, fields and gr...
Updated on: Aug 17, 2012
Adapted from a newsletter article by Devin Asay
If you have ever tried to create stacks in a language other than English and the more common West European languages you may have run into the problem of how to produce all the character glyphs that the language requires. Fortunately, Uni...