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Flowcode
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Developer Matrix TSL
Initial release 02/12/20
Operating system Windows Vista,7,8,10
Platform IA-32 and x86-64
Available in English, French, German, Spanish
Type Advanced graphical programming software
License Proprietary
Website www.flowcode.co.uk


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Using Flowcode

Detailed glossary style overview of the aspects of the Flowcode environment broken down into relevant sections to aid in finding the knowledge you require to use Flowcode effectively.

Flowcode Exercises

This page contains structured exercises used throughout Flowcode Help section, and further exercises which are not featured in the Flowcode Help structure, these additional exercises range from expanded exercises on camera control and panel navigation to creating, testing, exporting and importing components.

Component Library

List of components which provide detailed information about individual components as well as examples of them in use. The information provided includes component and simulation macro references as well as property references and component functionality.

Flowcode Debugging

Learn how Flowcode can help you debug your programs with a variety of tools and technologies designed to streamline the debugging process.

App Developer

Overview of Matrix App Developer, find examples of using it here and more detailed explanation of what Matrix App Developer is and how to use it to supplement and improve your projects.

Simulation Library

Structured overview of the library of Simulation Event macros and Simulation Functions. The information provided includes simulation macro references as well as event triggers and functionality.

Component Creation

Creating your own components in Flowcode gives you massive amounts of flexibility in your projects, this section covers how to create your own components and has some working examples to help.