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Presenting at Apple RTC
Gracemount High School Teacher and LiveCode joint presentation at Apple Regional Training Centre

“Where are the future programmers coming from given that students generally hate programming?”

This was the question posed by Steven Whyte, a teacher in Gracemount High School in Edinburgh, when he presented to fellow educators at the Apple Regional Training Centre. Steven had travelled down to London last week with Kevin Miller because he thinks that with LiveCode he’s found the answer to this question.

The Apple Regional Training Centres are a network of facilities in Europe, Russia, the Middle East and Africa where educators can attend a range of courses relevant to their curriculum. Sessions at the Apple RTC are designed to be as practical as possible and Apple encourages the “added value of a practising teacher with real-world experience of integrating Apple technology into the curriculum”. So, when Apple recognised that LiveCode is a great tool for educators and invited RunRev speak at Apple RTC we asked Steven to come along to share his classroom experiences with the other teachers there.


Edge Detect An Image

A continuation in our hands on tutorial series on manipulating images. Work through the code examples and see how to edge detect an image.



What is LiveCode.TV, who runs it and why should you get involved? Find out where and when to watch these great online sessions run by the LiveCode community.


Mac App Submit

Get your application successfully listed in the Apple Mac App store, by following this detailed step by step set of instructions. Covers everything from signing up with Apple to creating your pList and dealing with code signing.