You can either use the recently released version of BASIC designer from Microsoft (which is quite different from the Visual Basic) or Lua. We’ll look at the Lua code in a later blog, here is the code, note this is NOT the Visual Studio Visual Basic, but rather the BASIC you download at: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/devlabs/cc950524.aspx, this is a simpler type of BASIC programming language, but it appears that there are people who want to extend it already. For gosh sakes folks, just use Visual Basic, keep the designs in this BASIC simple and, well, basic.
An interesting feature of this BASIC is that you can publish the code to the web to share with others, so can simply import the code into your BASIC design environment by entering this code: RGW027 after pushing the “Import” button. Enter the Program ID, in this case RGW027 and the code magically appears in your design space.
I have documented the code, take a look at it, and like most completely autonomous programs it is boring. Now I challenge you to work a little with the code and make changes to it, to make it more interesting for others to use.