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The Icon Bar: News and features: Justin Fletcher's RISC OS Rambles
 

Justin Fletcher's RISC OS Rambles

Posted by Andrew Poole on 12:42, 21/1/2013 | , ,
 
Justin Fletcher has recently started posting some very in-depth and interesting articles on his website detailing various developments within RISC OS during his time as a developer for RISCOS Ltd. The articles cover a range of topics and offer a unique insight into some of the inner workings of both RISC OS and RISCOS Ltd. as well as some other RISC OS related topics, such as the RISC OS ports of the games Doom, Heretic and Hexen.
 
Currently, Justin is posting an article each weekday (and has been since the beginning of December).
 
You can take a look at the articles on Justin's website.
 
  Justin Fletcher's RISC OS Rambles
  MEmerton (18:53 11/2/2013)
 
Michael Emerton Message #121894, posted by MEmerton at 18:53, 11/2/2013
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I have found these very interesting to read.

Although I use BASIC to write my RISC OS code, in my 'real world' job, I use PHP and JavaScript.

I feel there would be quite an up-take in an OS JavaScript Language where the Toolbox could be used!

I, for one, found Adjust to be the most stable version of RISC OS I have used, and so I would like to thank Justin for the hard work.

I have to also say, I loved the Image conversion... Xara to PNG to Sprite made for nice icons in my RiscDJ app piggy
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