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ti-cas.org Opens
Posted by Nick on 28 May 2000, 06:13 GMT

Olivier Miclo, Jonah Cohen, and Clem Vasseur have collaborated to form a web site called ti-cas.org. This site was designed with both the developer and the student in mind: it offers programs and tutorials for creating intriguing programs for the 68K FLASH-based calculators, along with providing a lot of math-related programs and literature as well. This looks very promising. It's in two different languages (to bridge the infamous gap that's been unceremoniously established), and it's even backed by TI. If you're interested in developing, or you're just a student wanting to explore, pay them a visit!


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Re: ti-cas.org Opens
barich Account Info
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Insignificant suggestion:

Try using MS FrontPage 2000 instead of Dreamweaver. In my opinion FrontPage is a lot more adept at some advanced features.

     29 May 2000, 03:26 GMT

Re: Re: ti-cas.org Opens
MathJMendl  Account Info
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Not FrontPage! You should generate html code yourself.

     29 May 2000, 20:34 GMT

Re: Re: Re: ti-cas.org Opens
Greg Schenzel  Account Info
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agreed. WYSIWYG was virtually the death of good html authors...

     29 May 2000, 23:27 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: ti-cas.org Opens
barich Account Info
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Well, it's obviously better to write the HTML yourself, but since they were using Dreamweaver I suggested FrontPage because it's far better than Dreamweaver. If they have the time to learn HTML, of course it's better than any WYSIWYG program.

     30 May 2000, 00:29 GMT
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