Small Basic Featured Article – How to Publish Your Program


Ever need to share your Small Basic program? Are you a teacher who needs this basic information as a resource? Then you’ve come to the right place!

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Small Basic: How to Publish Your Program

  

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Sharing Your Program

You can easily share your program with your friends or the Small Basic community! Just click Publish on the Toolbar. (You will need to be connected to the internet.)

After clicking Publish a dialogue box will appear that has a Program ID for your program. 

   

 

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Small Basic: How to Publish Your Program

   

Small and Basically yours,

   – Ninja Ed

Comments (4)

  1. anonymouscommenter says:

    What are the exactly limits for the SB files?

    How many lines or bytes are possible to publish?

  2. Back, I actually have never seen any limits. But some games/programs slow down a bit in the online gallery if you do something crazy like try to re-create 3D graphics. Even then, you just import the code and run locally. So no problem. Same for extensions. One solution is that folks publish full games/apps on the TechNet Gallery that don't run well in the online browser. But that's all by design. If you have more questions, the Small Basic forum is your best bet:

    social.msdn.microsoft.com/…/threads

  3. Tryhest says:

    3d animation demo: SMM357

    move mouse over wing edges slowly and watch wht happens))

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