Shoot! Clicked the wronk button. Can I change my vote to “no”? I rather see you focus on Hype and after the books finished, maybe spend time on an addendum?
I think the book project is great and I will buy a copy out of curiosity alone. I am also investing in Hype Cookbook (although I was busy with birthdays and client work the past month). I think THIS book (by @Photics) is and will be a must have for beginners and people starting out. I intentionally didn’t try to overlap the scope to much with my effort. So I am focusing on “recipes”, ideas/lookups and useful code fragments. Basically it is aimed at more advanced users. Also it won’t be published as a hardback apart of maybe some print on demand copy if backers want it.
Coming back to the topic of JS in this book… it most likely a book of its own but there is this special breed of Hype specific API calls. This certainly can’t be found elsewhere and that is the sweet spot on JS for a book about Hype in my opinion at least. Also some basics on understanding JS and Hype function scopes.
Have nice weekend you all.
To add to @MaxZieb’s comments…
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book need hype 4, no hype3.6
The new printed book is about Hype 4.
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Very much looking forward to this (yes I did like the second post!). I agree that a “JS for hype” section is a good idea, along with a couple of examples that show how and why you’d use it.
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Here’s a little preview of what I’m working on…
Did I miss a “frustrated with puzzle” button?
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