Surprising success at the very end. But I put it less than two minutes into the video instead of the end since I know you won't watch that whole way
That was easy!
In this video, we get our hands dirty and implement the "version" and "registration info" endpoints in the new React Native client for Boom Languages.
Let's take a look at the big plans for switching over the Boom Languages client from Flutter to React Native. It'll be a complete re-implementation, so it'll be a fair amount of work, but hopefully I can knock it out one tiny piece at at time.
I finally released the DuoBot source code! Thanks Zigfrid for asking.
If you're just getting started in the world of programming, it can be hard to wrap your head around all of the technical terms that come flying your way. In this video, Eric walks us through what he's learned in his first few months of coding, breaking down the concepts in an easy-to-understand way.
In this video, Eric adds basic components to our KeyReader app.
In this video, we make massive improvements to stdlib, add memset and memcpy, and most importantly, allow ourselves to get out of VGA (graphics) mode once we enter it.
MR for this video: https://gitlab.com/pagekeytech/pkos/-/merge_requests/4
In this video, we generate the React Native project for KeyReader and add placeholders for all of the screens we defined in the previous video.
Have you ever wanted to READ and LISTEN to a book at the same time? If so, watch on while I show you the pitch, plan, and design for KeyReader, a proposed app that gives you the option to listen and read the same book, switching between these two activities seamlessly.