Videos tagged with ShowMeDo
In this Python tutorial, I will be teaching you how to make a simple Tkinter program, that has a window and text to display. Although not much, it is the basis for which you will build larger, better applications on.
This shows you how to limit the frames per second (FPS) in pyGame and how to limit the updates so that users with better graphic cards can play at a reasonable speed.
This shows you how to create a quadrat that's controlled by the keyboard input of the user. The videos shows how to handle keyboard events to drive 2D animation.
This tutorials shows you how to create a simple pyGame program with threading, showing a window that terminates itself after a given time.
This fourth showmedo covers arrays, ranges, the foreach loop statement and the scope of variables.
In this ShowMeDo we are going to import a couple built-in classes written in Actionscript 2.0 and show how simple animation can be acheived by reusing classes.
In this next ShowMeDo we are going to do the exact same thing we did last time, but this time using an Actionscript 2.0 class.
In this ShowMeDo we look at using Movieclips in Flash, as well as assigning some basic interactivity in Actionscript to a Movieclip symbol.
This 2-part PAMIE tutorial show you how to write scripts faster using the writeScript method. The User can see how to enter the expected input so later in Part 2 (forthcoming) we can verify the expected output. There are also some tips on using methods as test-cases. This is good when you want to build up test suites.
I introduce extensions I have made to GNU Make which allow better error messages, tracing and enable the debugging of Makefiles. For anyone who has ever tried to debug a makefile before you'll know just how difficult it can be! Resources: remake homepage A transcript exists in the wiki. If you like this video and you'd like to encourage Rocky to make another entry in the series, you can leave a...