LiveCode is a rapid development tool. It is cross-platform (Mac, Windows) and uses an easy to learn scripting language called LiveCode, which provides programmers' power to scripters. Applications can be built for desktop systems, iOS and Android mobile devices, browsers and servers.
LiveCode can be used for any scale of project: for example single use text processing utilities, complex applications, prototyping, and can be learnt by professionals, hobbyists or beginners.
While I am no longer actively involved in the LiveCode community, my sample stacks remain freely available.
These stacks are supplied as-is and any use is at your own risk.
Some of the stacks are also usable online as a revlet, if you have the RevWeb plugin installed.
Click any 'Revlet' link to see the stack or to see a download link for the plugin.
If you include any of these stacks or code in an application, please credit Sarah Reichelt, TrozWare.
- Uses the FreeBSD calendar files in Mac OS X to show what happened on this day... (Mac OS X only).
- Category: Fun Last Updated: Wed, Apr 29, 2009
If you find any of these stacks or script examples useful, please consider making a PayPal contribution.