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Spotlight on Liberty BASIC

Feb 8, 2013 - New Vector 2D Math Library - Thanks to community member Anatoly for this cool and useful math library.  Click for more information.

Jan 8, 2013 - Facebook Like button added - A new Facebook Like button has been added to the Liberty BASIC site home page.  Please help to promote Liberty BASIC by Liking our web site.  Thank you!

Oct 18, 2012 - Win a free copy of Liberty BASIC by taking part in our referral campaign! - Have 5 friends send an email to freeoffer@libertybasic.com explaining that you referred them.  They need to mention your name and email address.  Please try to refer friends that have a real interest in programming.  We will send you a free download link and registration code.  This offer is good until the end of October 2012!

Aug 30, 2012 - Home Automation with Liberty BASIC and the Arduino - Michael Mollinari describes how he uses Liberty BASIC and Run BASIC to interface with an Arduino hobby board.   Click to view.

Mar 5, 2012 - RSS Parser in Liberty BASIC - If you've been looking for a way to read RSS information from web sites, check out this code on the Liberty BASIC Community Wiki.  Click to view.

Feb 13, 2012 - Numbers in Liberty BASIC
- Anatoly aka tsh73 does a great job explaining how numbers are handled in Liberty BASIC.  He covers integers, long integers, floating point and boolean values.    Click to view.

Dec 7, 2011 - Card Game Contest Winner
- Check out the latest update to the contest page on the Liberty BASIC Community Wiki and read about the other great programming contests.  Click to view.

Oct 30. 2011 - Streamlining Your Code by Stefan Pendl
If you've been wanting to raise your standard of coding you should check out Stefan's new tutorial series on the Liberty BASIC Programmer's Encyclopedia.  Check out Streamlining Your Code

Oct 8. 2011 - The Liberty BASIC Programmer's Encyclopedia is a gold-mine of 'how to' information!
For years now the Liberty BASIC community has been building a tour de force collection of Liberty BASIC knowledge.  It really doesn't matter what you're into, there's something there for you.  It's free, it's expansive, and it's awesome!  Visit the Liberty BASIC Programmer's Encylopedia

September 29, 2011 - Liberty BASIC Workshop adds powerful programming tools!
If you are programming in Liberty BASIC or are just considering it, you really should check out Liberty BASIC Workshop from Alyce's Restaurant.  This add-on tool is a steal at the ridiculously low price of $20.  What do you get for your money?  More cool stuff than you shake a leg at including a multi-file code editor, a visual GUI drawing tool to make Visual Basic jealous, pop-up syntax help, a library of useful code snippets, support for extra widgets in your LB programs, sprite game code generator, packaging and installation tools for your LB creations, and much, much more!  Visit Alyce's Restaurant to learn more!

September 25, 2011 - Liberty BASIC book rated 4+ stars on Amazon!
Since its release the book Beginning Programming with Liberty BASIC by Carl Gundel has been rated highly receiving mostly 5 stars from its readers.  The book was written to make learning programming easy, and it is accomplishing that goal in flying colors.  Here are some tidbits fromt the reviews:

"The book is first rate."
"Not a bunch of technical jargon.  Great explanations!"
"Carl has a talent for explaining complicated programming concepts in simple ways..."
"It is the MOST quality book ever on BASIC programming."
"a very good review book for the "part time" or the "once-in-a-while" Windows programmer."

Click here to read more about the book on Lulu.com.