Liberty BASIC Resources
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There's a lot of cool resources available for Liberty BASIC programmers. More to come!!
Liberty BASIC help online - We've put the entire documentation set for one of our products online. Click here to check it out!
Liberty BASIC Pro - Now you can keep multiple
versions of your code, automatically generate applications with all required
resource files, visually compare different source files, find slow code in your
programs and automatically format your code using Liberty
LB Workshop - This great tool is brought to you by Alyce's Restaurant. It is an editor, graphical user interface builder and more! You
use LB Workshop to design the GUI and write your code, and it then launches
Liberty BASIC and runs your program. It can even run the debugger!
Free trial version
Beginning Programming with Liberty BASIC is written
by the author of Liberty BASIC, Carl Gundel. This 201 page book is perfect
for the complete beginner or for the casual programmer who wants to get up to
speed with Liberty BASIC. Learn programming essentials and how to work
with graphics, GUIs, and files.
Buy it online now at Lulu.com
Programming for Dummies 3rd Edition by popular author and columnist Wallace
Wang. This book presents a general introduction using Liberty BASIC examples.
The book includes a CDROM with the trial version of Liberty BASIC and other goodies. Read about the book or order it here:
SAMS Teach Yourself Beginning Programming in 24 Hours by Greg Perry, the author of the best selling QBasic book ever "QBasic by Example". This book uses Liberty BASIC as an introduction to programming. Read about the book or order it here: Amazon.com or Barnes & Noble
for Liberty BASIC by Alyce Watson. This fantastic ebook unleashes the
amazing power of how to use Windows operating system API calls using Liberty
The LBNews home page
Liberty BASIC comes with a solid tutorial, but there's none so solid as Alyce's Liberty BASIC tutorials:
If you want your web site or tutorial considered for this listing, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Open Source Projects - Open source projects provide a way for many people to develop software together. Sometimes the code is released to the public domain, and sometimes the original developer places restrictions on how the software can be distributed, or on how it is used (read the license, if there is one).
LBPP - This is an open source project that translates Liberty BASIC code to C, targeting Linux and Windows!
Learn more here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/lbpp
Open source html editor - You can
download related files for this project here: