Illustrated OOP Primer

The Illustrated OOP Primer for Lingoists is a collection of short articles and notes on programming with lingo in an 'Object Orientated' way. It aims to both give a practical overview of OOP in Lingo for those new to Director, as well as some pointers and tips for more seasoned developers.

This is not intended to be an academic analyses or an incomprehensible quagmire of impressive sounding jargon (though by the end of this primer, you too can be discussing the 'polymorphic qualities of your base classes' with your loved ones and random small children sitting next to you on the bus).

This primer will be added and updated (hopefully) on a weekly basis. Any suggestions or feedback is most welcome.

- Luke

First published 29/07/2005