at the beginning of my first Topic, I introduce myself briefly: I deal with It for educational and artistic projects in the non-profit sector.
We are evaluating some software products including Thunkable: our need is to evaluate the best practices with which the source codes can be provided from the external files to the different software products: for us, evaluating means both finding the technical solution and listening carefully to the opinion of the Community of each individual product.
Our specific case is afflicted by the need to recover impressive libraries in which the definitions of user interfaces of our applications are stored.
Our goal would be to automatically convert them to the Thunkable source code, thus limiting ourselves to rewriting the code associated with the events of the user interface components.
Our ideal would be:
- receive from the Community of Thunkable the everlasting “Hello World” in external format and instructions on how to automate (if possible) the upload to Thunkable;
alternatively, there would be sufficient instructions on how to manually load “Hello World” on Thunkable always starting from an external file and on how to automate (if possible) the upload to Thunkable;
- receive from the Thunkable Community an example of source code on how to define the components of user interfaces: a typical example could be a Form with a Label, a Textbox and a CommandButton.
We thank you in advance and congratulate you for choosing to receive from the Thunkable Community!