LiveCode is a high level language with a user friendly interface and a powerful cross platform deployment engine. LiveCode uses plain-English words and phrases for most of its operations, eliminating the obscure symbols and complicated structures required of other programming languages. LiveCode is easy to learn and use, requires 90% less code, and can deliver a 10-fold increase in productivity over traditional languages. LiveCode enables users to create applications using the platform of their choice and deploy to virtually every desktop computer and mobile device in use today, with customers creating applications that run on the Web, desktop or server, for the iOS, Android, PC, Mac, or Linux. In
In summary, LiveCode is a complete cross platform software development tool with the three unique things to make it stand out from others:
1. It is English-like and easy to learn and use.
2. It is open source and free for personal and open-source uses.
3. It is cross platform and supports all major computing platforms and mobile devices.
LiveCode is a perfect choice for Chinese programmers, non-programmers, educators, students, and anyone who wants to code with ease and without paying any upfront fees. We believe LiveCode can make significant contribution to
We expect to have 50,000 LiveCode downloads in
"This new partnership and the company's new Chinese website are really exciting developments for those involved and the wider industry in
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