LB Newsletter #134 and the LB Wire Frame Library
« Thread started on: Jul 2nd, 2005, 08:44am »
There seem to be more than one discussion ongoing about using x, y and z coordinates. I even received a pm about the possibility of a challenge in this area. Those of you who are interested in 3D should really check out Tom Nally's latest offering in the LB Newsletter that was just released Thursday. It's called Liberty BASIC Wire Frame Library I have played around with it and it is absolutely incredible! Tom has designed dozens of functions that will place and move your objects. You can even set up a camera and pan the scene. As with 99% of Tom's offerings, it's all done in native LB/JB language, so should be perfectly compatible with JB. If your interests lie in 3D, you really should look at this article. Tom plans on adding more functions next month. Who knows where this could lead? And there are lots of other articles as well. From Alyce there's * another SpriteByte article for JB coders who use sprites for animation * a way to get the screen image (beyond the graphic box) without use of API * how to get the most of the PROMPT command * nesting IF THEN statements * more with EDDIE - a must-read for those of you working on your own note pad clones * moving listbox items from one box to another Our own Welopez offers a tutorial on using the IEXpress Installer that most of us already have available on our computers.
There are other articles as well, but these are the articles that are compatible with JB. Hey, those articles are worth their weight in gold and they're free for the taking! Where else can you get a deal like that?