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nebelfuerst
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how to get into SDK quickly ?

Post by nebelfuerst » Fri Sep 15, 2017 1:04 pm

I just ordered the SDK to play with my scope/xite.
Although the SDK feels quite easy to use, I'm looking for these infos:

- Is there a way to get some devices into the SDK, so I can learn about their structure ?

- Is there a better tutorial, compared to the vintage paper, that comes with the SDK ?

- Is there a site/network about these topics ? ( in addition to planetz :D )


nebelfuerst
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Re: how to get into SDK quickly ?

Post by nebelfuerst » Sun Sep 17, 2017 6:52 am

Is there a cheaper way to dig into ?

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Re: how to get into SDK quickly ?

Post by Marco » Sun Sep 17, 2017 8:20 am

If you really want to get into it, you are a lucky man to know where you can go for the money you get a fast way offer. I think noone else does it better. For the saved time you can go on the sunny side of the beach with your girlfriend having fun lick some ice cream and more....
Scope 7 user since 2017 and Scope user since 1998. :o

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Re: how to get into SDK quickly ?

Post by JoPo » Sun Sep 17, 2017 9:06 am

BCmodular people made a SDK wiki site / forum.

If you go to http://www.bcmodular.co.uk/forum and ask for SDK help, they'll add you to the user list. It is SDK owner reserved !
You'll find good tuto and can ask for help !
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Re: how to get into SDK quickly ?

Post by mausmuso » Wed Nov 08, 2017 1:25 pm

As Dawman suggested there is an SDK class and dvd's that you can purchase.
Contact John on amolohitis@gmail.com, I found John's stuff very useful in the beginning.
Also MCCY's MOVEQ+8 is available in an unprotected module so you can look at how it was constructed.
Its available via the SDK Wiki developed by http://www.bcmodular.co.uk/forum.
Also the 'Old' SDK 4.5 manual comes with a few devices to get you started, again available on the SDK Wiki pages.
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