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7 - The Editor in Boa Constructor, Part II [ID:1044] (7/9)

in series: Introduction to Boa Constructor

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In this second of two videos on The Editor in Boa Constructor, I show more features, including some interesting ones, such as Find/Replace, the TODO list, the explore feature, the profiler, Add Module Info, and other features.

Some other features of the Editor are also given in the final video in this series, on 12 tips for using Boa Constructor.

Note: About 7:48 into this video I accidentally remove a line, #Boa:Frame:Frame1, while removing the module info. I believe this is actually necessary to allow Boa to run the code in the Designer, so do leave that line in your own Boa-generated code.

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Nice Tutorial.


Good - But Breaks off mid sentence at end


so good tutorials !!

Thanks a lot cmpython. we support you


Super. This really helped me to get started with BOA. Thank you!


19. anonymous Wed, 18 Nov 2009 16:24

It looks like it is not complete, but very good


18. anonymous Sat, 14 Nov 2009 16:06

Great series. I just picked-up Boa Constructor today to aid in wxPython development, and your series was a great supplement to the Boa help files. Great way to get up and running fast -- I'd almost prefer to have watched your series before working through the help files. I am going to look at the Boa site at SourceForge and see if I can add some reference to your video series there.

Bravo!

Corey


Thanks. Having seen how to drop in the Module Info, my next question was how to modify the defaults.


16. anonymous Thu, 20 Aug 2009 09:32

Thanks this is a good tut!


15. anonymous Fri, 10 Jul 2009 09:48

Good segment; ends abruptly in mid sentence.


14. anonymous Wed, 24 Jun 2009 00:53

another great video

thx


13. anonymous Tue, 28 Apr 2009 04:56

Excellent intro for the beginner - Just those few good demos of basics is what is needed to explore further


12. anonymous Wed, 22 Apr 2009 11:30

Excellent videos


11. anonymous Mon, 20 Apr 2009 10:58

For apprentissage Boa constructor


10. anonymous Wed, 01 Apr 2009 07:54

very very good!


9. anonymous Sat, 28 Mar 2009 21:27

It is a really nice introductory to boa constructor, thank u.


8. anonymous Wed, 25 Mar 2009 12:58

Boa was actually pretty intimidating until I viewed your excellent tutorials. Now I can make use of this decent IDE. Thanks very much.


7. anonymous Fri, 20 Mar 2009 09:46

Having watched some more, I have to repeat myself - they are very well done.

I would like to mention that the ToDo items can also be marked with:

# TODO: your text here plus the !!!!

It is a bit more obvious then # XXX

Just as an FYI, there is also an application wide Todo view which is accessible when editing the wx.App module.

Werner


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