The SoCal LiveCode Developers Group meets on the first Thursday of each month at Du-Par's in Pasadena.
What is LiveCode?
LiveCode is a rapid application development toolkit for most major platforms: Linux, Windows, OS X, iOS, Android, and Raspberry Pi.
It has a high-level event-driven scripting language in which GUI objects are built-in along with everything else you'd expect in a general-purpose language, shortening the distance between designing and shipping an application.
LiveCode Community Edition is licensed under GPLv3 and freely available at LiveCode.org (https://livecode.org)
What do you do at your meetings?
Most of our meetings have at least one presentation between 30 and 60 minutes, with the rest of the time for open Q&A and problem-solving. While many of our members are experienced scripters, we mix it up with introductory talks when we know we'll have newcomers (one more reason to RSVP).
I know nothing about LiveCode - can I come anyway?
Of course! The more the merrier, space permitting. The room we use at Du-Par's can seat about 20 people quite comfortably, and we're happy to share what we're learning about LiveCode with anyone who's interested.
- Thursday — October 03, 2019
7:00PM - 9:00PM
- Du-Par’s Restaurant and Bakery
214 S Lake Ave
Pasadena, CA 91101
San Gabriel Valley Tech
San Gabriel Valley Tech People (SGVTech) is an umbrella group encompassing the multifaceted interests of the members of the San Gabriel Valley Linux User's Group (SGVLUG), one of the oldest and most active Linux User Groups in the Greater Los Angeles area.