Your challenge for today is to show you are also a Block-A-Holic.
I think I qualify as a block-a-holic. Many of my projects boil down over time from more blocks to better blocks, but that’s beside the point. Here’s a collage with some blocks from five of my projects:
As a rule of thumb, the untidy areas are from closed-source/private projects and the orderly blocks are from templates/demos/projects for sale.
I’m a “blocksoptimizationholic”
Wait what? Why would I missed it
Wel, tell us first what you think a Block-A-Holic is, we might have different thoughts.
Y.E.S you definately are!
Me too, I don’t really like to see lots of unnecessary blocks.
the photo height is 44083… I have a heart attack
after one year i make project my block 150000
I think we all hate that.
What were you saying?
Like I have 4 Screens and each screens has over 40 variables, And I don’t know, maybe the half of them is not used
Now that would be a nice addition to Kodular, to have a way of checking which variables are declared but never used. Don’t you think? Like a button for “SHOW UNUSED VARIABLES”. It will add a comment to its declaration block saying “unused”.
Maybe someone can make a App Inventor Linter
I had to Google for that
lint , or a linter , is a tool that analyzes source code to flag programming errors, bugs, stylistic errors, and suspicious constructs. The term originates from a Unix utility that examined C language source code.
I AM A BLOCK-A-HOLIC
Little bit off-topic
I am also a Community-Holic
I open Community and I open some topics in new tabs
After reading some topics, I open another set of topics in new tabs
I am inactive on community from few days
So I am reading previous topics
See this a set of topics opened in tabs:
(some what big this time because I want to cover topics from few day)
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