I gotta get on it and read it. Great reviews so far.
On Thu, Apr 1, 2021 at 2:45 PM Mark Smith via use-livecode <
> Hi Andre, thanks for this delightful and inspiring little book. Your “Type
> Tool” in particular has spawned a whole range of ideas related to
Hi Andre, thanks for this delightful and inspiring little book. Your “Type
Tool” in particular has spawned a whole range of ideas related to things I
never thought could be accomplished so easily.
> On Mar 23, 2021, at 3:04 PM, Andre Garzia via use-livecode
> Hi Martin,
I have a system whereby I have a popup menu when right-clicking a data grid. In
the menu, I can enter the name of a database table to link the data grid to,
and another for afterward dropping a label / field combination as a group onto
the card which itself is then linked to a column in that
Thanks a ton for the kind words and feedback. Your message makes me quite
happy because what you're describing is exactly the kind of experience that
I wanted to encourage when I wrote that book. Let us know how your plugin
writing goes :-) oh, I'm also interested in feedback for part
I am enjoying your new book. It demystifies for me plug-ins and how to create
them. My mystification creates anxiety around venturing into creating a plugin
much less adding existing plugins to my IDE and configuring them. After
reading the first sections of your book that anxiety is
At the bottom of the page at https://payhip.com/features/sell-digital-downloads
Payhip writes "We can handle the generation, storage and issuing of keys to
protect your software."
So it seems there are 2 ways to do this with Payhip.
1. sell a license and the customer gets a download
Going off at a bit of a tangent, but maybe not entirely OT…
I see that Payhip state you can sell software through their platform.
Andre, do you do that? or any Livecoders for that matter? If so, how is it
> On 16 Mar 2021, at 6:26 pm, Andre Garzia via
Thanks a ton for the kind words my friends :D
In essence, this is a very simple book that is aiming to convey a single
idea: "you can and should create your own tools". I think that is a topic
that we need to explore more.
On Wed, 17 Mar 2021 at 01:56, Sean Cole (Pi) via use-livecode
I had to get this one. The title alone intrigued me. But looking at the
contents I know I need it to grow further. I'm looking forward to getting
your insights. I'll start tonight.
All the very best
> On Tue, 16 Mar 2021 at 14:11, Andre Garzia via use-livecode <
Didn't even read the whole post just went to the link and bought it - now
for some bedtime reading
On Tue, 16 Mar 2021 at 14:11, Andre Garzia via use-livecode <
> Hi Friends,
> I'm quite happy to announce the initial release of my new
Hi Andre, A good and somewhat unique topic. Might come in handy for me in
the next few months especially.
I look forward to learning from your book.
All the best
On Tue, Mar 16, 2021 at 10:11 AM Andre Garzia via use-livecode <
> Hi Friends,
> I'm quite
I haven't updated that book in a long time. What I did was switch stores to
payhip. In that purchase URL, you'll notice that my name as an author is a
link. If you click it, you're redirected to my payhip store at:
Which has the other book for sale as
I have purchased your new book and downloaded the three versions (very
clever in three formats!).
With me is also your other book published first. Somewhere I read that you
updated that version. Can I download that somewhere as well? Or is there
I'm quite happy to announce the initial release of my new LiveCode eBook.
This is a companion book to the previous "LiveCode Advanced Application
Architecture" eBook that dives further into making LiveCode IDE a
comfortable place for your development workflow.
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