TouchDevelop - Hello World

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Update: we renamed the project to TouchDevelop!
Update: This video is outdated! Please refer to the latest documentation on the TouchDevelop web site!

In this video, Peli de Halleux, from the Research in Software Engineering group (RiSE) at Microsoft Research, gives a basic tutorial using the TouchDevelop editor. Learn how to write 'Hello World' in TouchStudio (and how to use its editor).

The Research in Software Engineering team (RiSE) coordinates Microsoft's research in Software Engineering in Redmond, USA.

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    drbaltazar

    cheer@touchstudio!ty very very much for this beginner tutorial,makes me want to gazelle my epic 4g and go buy a wp7.good job guys,keep up the good work!

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    peli

    and there's more coming...

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    Francisca Castro

    Felicitaciones MININO!!!!!!!

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    peli

    Gracias Francisca! Que sorpresa ver tu 'comment' por aqi...

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    Manjesh Gowda

    I haven't played much with TouchStudio ...

    Steeping in to a common-man shoe ... if I would ever have to write small apps on my mobile ... I would want a programming language which is verbose (i.e. nor confuse me with symbols and keyword )

    Few programs I would write would look like

    /**********************************************************

    --select all the songs which are sung by *Bon* or has name as *bon* and put it in a bonsogs;

    --from bonsongs display all the songs in the alphabetical order;

    --enable shuffle in the list

    **********************************************************

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    Dujenwook

    @Manjesh

    I see what you are getting at, that just seems a little too verbose ... unless all of the work was done with a compiler/interpreter. The problem is, everyone writes and thinks differently, so having such an open language would be anything but easy to implement (I'd imagine.)

    Something more along the lines of SQL-Like syntax would be ideal imo (I've known many non-programmers that easily picked up on SQL and were not only reading but writing it as well in a very short time.)

    Just my $.02

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    SOA_​Architect

    It is almost impossible to see what is going on on the screen of that mobile phone. It is not that the guy is doing his job badly. It is the quality of the video that makes this difficult.

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    Maracesh

    poor quality of this video makes it difficult to grasp the sense of his manipulations with phone

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