And if it is possible to do in-app purchases in macOS apps, are there instructions or sample code anywhere? It appears to me that the Apple documentation assumes I am using Swift and have imported a set of libraries that are called via Swift. Is there a sample stack somewhere for Mac apps?
Kee, Lagi, Chip, and Bob, Thanks again for the kind words. I hope you all enjoy the book. :-) Let me clarify some things because I can see how people are confused about me messaging about the book now. So, the book hasn't changed, this is not an update on the content. This was a price reduction
Andre, Thanks for this. I very much agree with you about the need for more Livecode books. For example, online education has become a big deal because of the pandemic. It won’t go away after it’s over, because media and content are being developed that will be applied to support live classes
Thanks Monte That’ll point me in the right direction. I only put Ali in there because he was in the ‘blame’ list on GitHub. I figured he might know a little about it’s innards as he’d worked on it a couple of times. As I’d not got a reply I’d bumbled my way around and gave it a play based on
Hi Sean The MIME lib is all my fault so don’t blame Ali ;-) It may help you to read RFCs 2045-2049 to gain an understanding of MIME. With the exception of mimeEncodeFieldAsMIMEMultipartDocument you really need to understand MIME to use the library. You probably want the mimeEncodeAsMIMEEmail
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Hi Rick, i will experiment some more and else continue with the Puthon version. Thanks for the comparison. It seems other brands are offering more for buck, except maybe community support may be less. Don't know exactly. Regards, Jerry Op 2-1-2021 om 23:00 schreef Rick Harrison via