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    I would love to do a little program. Where and how do I learn to write programs?

    Alicia
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    Quote Originally Posted by camarodreamer
    I would love to do a little program. Where and how do I learn to write programs?

    Alicia
    I could get you started with Windows, but I dont know about Palm OS. I would assume start with downloading the Java SDK and buying a book or 2.
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    Anyone have the PocketC windows version that compiles Palm OS code?
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    Quote Originally Posted by camarodreamer
    I would love to do a little program. Where and how do I learn to write programs?

    Alicia
    I've been using CASL for years (http://www.caslsoft.com). It's very easy to use and CASL apps. run under Windows, Palm and PocketPC. It's Free for personal use, there is a fee if you plan on selling your application or want access to the latest enhancements/fixes. I've used this product to create LibertyControl (http://www.libertycontrol.com), Heybaby (http://www.wagware.com) and tons of other applications.

    I recently created an intro. to CASL guide that steps you through installation of CASL to building your first simple clock application. Here are some links to help you get started:

    Main Website: http://www.caslsoft.com
    Article to teach you how to use CASL: http://www.caslsoft.com/docs/CASLIntro.pdf
    Support Board should you need any assistance: http://www.caslsoft.com/phpBB2

    I am partial to this product, but for most purposes it's the ideal development tool.
    Palm and PocketPC Development with CASL (make your own Treo apps, easily)
    CASL is here
    LibertyControl is here
    or visit WAGWARE Systems, Inc. here
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    thanks for all the links, this is something i always wanted to get into, now i think i'll give it a try.
    !! uNo.....DoS.....tReO!!

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    Thanks to everyone as well. Ive asked this before and not gotten this info. Ill see how it all goes.
    ONE can be spelled as NEO.
    There is no spoon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hdhntr23
    Thanks to everyone as well. Ive asked this before and not gotten this info. Ill see how it all goes.
    I just wanted to mention we released CASL 4.3 recently. This version supports the PalmOS, Windows Mobile/PocketPC and Windows. The download is freeware for non-commerical purposes which makes it a great language to use to learn how to create applications for PDAs. The language is powerful, but easy to learn. We also have some Video Tutorials and an Introduction to CASL e-book to help you get started!
    Palm and PocketPC Development with CASL (make your own Treo apps, easily)
    CASL is here
    LibertyControl is here
    or visit WAGWARE Systems, Inc. here
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    I am going to download everything but it will probably be next week before I have a chance to get into it. Any chance you would be willing to teach an online class?

    Thanks
    Alicia
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    Quote Originally Posted by camarodreamer View Post
    I am going to download everything but it will probably be next week before I have a chance to get into it. Any chance you would be willing to teach an online class?

    Thanks
    Alicia

    Hi Alicia,

    Great news that you will be taking a look at CASL. Here are a few links to some information that will help you get started quickly. One link contains additional links to a few CASL Video tutorials that will make learning CASL easier:

    Introduction to CASL (e-book)
    CASL Video Tutorial
    CASL Support Forums

    This should help you get started quickly. Don't hesitate to join in on the support forums. It's a lively board and everyone is very friendly and helpful.
    Palm and PocketPC Development with CASL (make your own Treo apps, easily)
    CASL is here
    LibertyControl is here
    or visit WAGWARE Systems, Inc. here

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