• Ruby by Example: Creating a Simple Button
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    In this tutorial I will show you how to create a simple button in Ruby. Flowstone comes with a button already, this tutorial is just meant to help you to develop your our GUI elements in Ruby, creating a button is a very simple first step. I will not go into any real depth about…

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  • Improving load Times
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    Sometimes projects in Flowstone can be slow to load. Back in the days of Synthmaker this was quite a problem, nowadays load times are much better but sometimes depending on the schematic it can still be slow. This article will cover the main areas you need to be optimizing. I will provide some test schematics…

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  • FlowPaw Review
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    FlowPaw is a new device from DSPRobotics aimed at teaching kids about computers and programming. Check it out on the FlowPaw Site. The aim is to inspire a new generation of software developers by making learning programming more fun and easier to access. Don’t be fooled though, FlowPaw may be marketed toward education for kids…

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  • The DLL Component – Getting Started, part 3: The Flowstone Schematic
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    In this part you will learn about the DLL component in Flowstone with some basic examples. Here is a schematic that demonstrates all the functions from part 2 in action DLLExamplesV1.fsm . Inside you will find some comments that explain somethings that may be unclear. I think examples speak larger volumes than words so I have restrained…

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  • Flowstone 3.0.6 Review
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    So Flowstone 3.0.6 is finally here! This release comes with some very important bug fixes and a few small but really useful features as well as support for Flowpaw. Find and Replace The main new feature of this release is “Find and Replace”  for Text, Ruby, DSP and ASM components. This is very handy to…

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  • Flowpaw and Flowstone 3.0.6
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    For those that are not aware DSPRobotics has just announced a kickstarter campaign  for an interesting bit of hardware named Flowpaw. It looks really cool and is aimed at teaching kids the basics of programming and getting them interested in computers.  There is a big push at the moment in the UK to get programming…

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