Look … I’m not sure where the conversation is leading … I was interested in more in-depth tutorials (not necessarily a book) that would help me utilize Hype Pro more effectively in my daily workflow to serve my client’s interests in a more efficient manner.
If the developers don’t see the advantage to consider such an offering … there’s not much more I can do to encourage them.
I started this thread on April 1, 2015. It is now May 22, 2015. The tutorial page for Hype Pro shows one tutorial for “getting Started with Hype 3.0” … Not Hype Pro … followed by 9 Hype 2.5 tutorials with 1 hype 2.0 tutorial then two more for v1.5.
How are those offerings (which I utilized ages ago) supposed to help me with Hype Pro! I understand the basics … I wish to push the envelope!
I love that Hype is based upon a WYSIWYG fashion … but I would think it would behoove the developers to understand that not all of we users that shelled out the cold hard cash to acquire Hype Pro are life-long, dyed in the wool, HTML 5 aficionados …
Some attention to detail to offer insight on the finer points of what is possible with the app could go a long way in advancing the user base for such an app. Pure and simple, really. Otherwise, maybe we would be better off saving the money on apps and simply hard code our HTML 5 projects from scratch.
Thanks for all the prior references to the existing options … but when considering that Hype Pro is a totally new offering … a lynda.com tutorial for a version or more back that I devoured in it’s prime, is really of little use now. I like history … but when it comes to software I depend upon for my livelihood … I tend to prefer to look to the future and not the past.
I’d like to see newly released insights on how to best take advantage of my new asset beyond the basics … trial and error is not always the most efficient pathway forward.