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Scripts - language and tutorial

Posted: 24 Apr 2019 00:50
by Uli

for programming code you use scripts. There exists many language for Scripts.

* Which language do you use?
* Is there any zutorial for programming your scripts?

Kind regards
Uli ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ

Re: Scripts - language and tutorial

Posted: 24 Apr 2019 17:39
by Desmanto
Automagic use it's own scripting syntax, it is not compatible with other. But as it influenced mainly by java and javascript, there are a lot of function that behaves similarly. There is a good documentation for the script, just look at the help page of the script/expression (tap the question mark icon at the right of the script window). I started there too before I started to use Automagic. You can also visit my index, at the general section, I have put the link there.

There is no pdf/book that explain step by step for Automagic scripting. I ever thought about creating ebook pdf, documenting various scripting technique I use in my flow. I have created so many scripting pattern, that sometimes I forgot how I did it and have to dig many flows just to see the examples. :( I should started to document it now, for my own future reference too. But again, too many distraction. My ISP just give me trouble and I have to redesign all of my IP based flow to suit to the new network configuration for a month.

You can learn other programming language, and usually it will improve your automagic scripting skill at the same time. I recommend javascript and python, and if you want more, try java too. We will learn more as we create more flows. I learn most of the scripting technique while creating the flow and during some curious testing.

Re: Scripts - language and tutorial

Posted: 25 Apr 2019 15:12
by Uli
Thank you very much Desmanto

... I will try "learning by doing" ๐Ÿ˜‰

Bye ๐Ÿ‘‹๐Ÿป

Re: Scripts - language and tutorial

Posted: 18 Mar 2020 00:21
by BoBo
JFTR; bei (Herausgeber c't-Magazin) wurden gerade App-gestรผtzte Programmiersprachen behandelt. Hier die Links:

Grasshopper (nett, aber ein JavaScript-Derivat, sprich kein 'reines' JS)

Unter Windows verwende ich auch AutoHotkey.
BTW, Java/JavaScript/Python sind die aktuell meistgenutzten Programmiersprachen (nach Auswertung von Entwicklerportalen).

Good luck 8-)