This episode builds on the previous screencast in this series, ‘Storing & Displaying User Input Data’. That episode introduced most of the key elements for programming user interactivity and I’ll not be introducing any new programming elements here; it is really just a matter of using those elements in a slightly different way. If you’ve not already watched that screencast then I recommend that you do so before watching this one. If you have already worked through that episode then you should find tracking a user’s score quite straightforward.
In this screencast I develop the project that I demonstrated in the ‘Drag & Drop’ episode. So you might also want to watch that screencast to refresh your memory of how it was set up.
If you’d like to explore the example Mediator document that is demonstrated in this screencast, you can download it and edit it on your own computer (assuming that you have installed Mediator 9).
Duration: 11min 4secs
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