Fun With Comics
How Marc solved a comic problem
Issue: 10.1 (November/December 2011)
Author: Marc Zeedar editor-at-rbdeveloper.com
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My favorite use for Real Studio is solving day-to-day problems. With Real Studio I feel like I myself can live up to Apple's iPhone slogan, "There's an app for that" by writing whatever I need!
I've written articles before about how I've used Real Studio for simple in-house projects and today I'm going to share another one. Note that the app I created, by its nature, is crude and rough because this is intended only for my personal use, so don't expect a masterpiece. But I think you'll find the unusual nature of the app interesting, especially the way I pieced together several technologies.
I Love Comics
To begin, we have to go back to my high school days. That's when I last read comics regularly. (I'm talking about the funny pages in the daily newspaper, not graphic novels or comic books.) In high school I was on the debate team and we had to keep up with politics and news and therefore had subscriptions to several daily papers. (This was in the mid-1980s, before the Internet was common.)
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