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LiveCode has two main components that make it quick and easy to learn:
• An English-like programming language
• The LiveCode language is
designed to be expressive,
readable, memorable and as
close as possible to the way you
speak and think.
•
A visual development environment
• Build app by dragging objects
and images into your interface.
Place them and customise their
properties to change their
appearance and behaviour.
History of LiveCode
• Inspired by HyperCard
• Formerly known as Revolution and MetaCard
• Set up by Kevin Miller at age 17
• Initially released in July 11, 2001
• Revolution is renamed as LiveCode by 2010
Kevin Miller
• CEO of LiveCode Ltd.
• Coding at the age of 12 with HyperCard
• Developed LiveCode as IDE for MetaCard
• Build, code and run apps live
Variations of LiveCode
2001-2012
April 2013
2014
March 12, 2015
Revolution
And
MetaCard
LiveCode
v 6.0
LiveCode
v. 7.0
LiveCode
v. 8.0
October 17, 2016
LiveCode
v. 9.0
Some Notable Companies who have used LiveCode:
• NASA’s LANDSAT 7
• KLM’s Flight Booking System
• Sony Score by Digital Pomegranate
Features:
• Compile – free workflow
• Self – hosted IDE
• Write once, Deploy Everywhere
• English like, Concise language
• Super Flexible GUI toolkit
• Drag and drop interface
Sample Code of LiveCode: Simple Calculator
Addition Button
Subtraction Button
Multiplication Button
Division Button
Reset Button
Difference of LiveCode to Java
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