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LingoF is a Functional Programming Framework for Lingo. Basically it allows you to use Functions as Values. This Framework allows the Lingo developer to exploit all benefits from Functional Programming techniques to reach a higher abstraction level.
NoiseCrime, an essential resource for Lingo Developers, have recently started a new page on www.noisecrime.com that focuses on the new features of D11.5. It has a number of demos, most are open source to give a starting point for other developers. Currently the main focus is on byteArrays, easily one of the most exciting features Director has had since imaging lingo and SW3D.
Dean Utian maintains a website full of excellent Director tutorials and notes.
Like Punk, updatestage.com is dead. However, like Punk, its spirit lives on. 'The Mile High Table O'Products' that lists helpful xtras and utilities from many sources is now at http://www.deansdirectortutorials.com/MileHighTable/.
Get Pixel has been updated. Groovy shockwave games - checkout the Technics 1210 simulator. Some source code available in the 'resources' section.
The official Adobe Director Support Centre, with links to updates and info. Just in case you didn't know where to look...
bitterwise is the online portfolio for Zac Belado (of Director Online, and more recently DirectorGeek fame) a Vancouver BC based multimedia and web developer.
Magicgate Software has a Director Podcast. Tune in with iTunes, and hear the dulcet tones of 'industry professionals' talk the talk .
Director @ Night is back! Raman Pfaff's director blog with "Lingo, apps, answers" and "a bit of everything" has returned from its hiatus and is now got a new domain: www.directoratnight.com
Recently updated (now powered by Bloxom) - Alex da Franca's site has many good examples - many with source code.
A multimedia developer from the most beautiful part of the world (Northern New South Wales, Straylah with some excellent tutorials for Shockwave 3D.
Wesbite of Director developer Josh Chunick, with some goodies tucked away here
First published 02/12/2014