Stacks with full documentation for LiveCode versions 9, 8, 7, 6 and 5 supporting the desktop with Linux, OS X and Windows. The LiveCode Lab Spell is the latest version of RRP Spell that was first released in 2009, and has been spell checking LiveCode applications every year since. The LiveCode Lab Spell has been developed from scratch to make best use of newer versions of LiveCode and improved programming techniques based on years of LiveCode experience.
Only one stack is available today, but over time more stacks will be added.
The LiveCode Lab understands that not every LiveCode developer wants to, or can, use the latest version of LiveCode. All our stacks work with LiveCode versions 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.
The LiveCode Lab always develops and sells stacks with documentation that we would want to buy and use. As a professional software developer, we won't settle for less.
Every handler is documented in the Handler Reference chapter and Tutorial chapters outline the basics of using each stack.
Simple demo stacks show the libraries in action.
Can't find the answer you need in the documentation? Have an idea for an enhancement to the stack? Or found a bug that needs fixing?
The LiveCode Lab replies to every email received with helpful and constructive information.
We love been told of a bug, so we can fix it and make our stacks even more robust.
Scott has been writing LiveCode stacks for almost a decade, and uses LiveCode professionally to create desktop and server-side software relied on by thousands of users.
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