If you are like me for sure you want the bad news first!
Okay so as you may or may not know this is a week when I wanted to delve into Pixilang and today I wanted to post a Tutorial but first I wanted to go through the tutorial but the bad news is that it will have to wait until next week...as time disappeared into black holes and today I have to let my daughter go with mother to country side so I can get Drunk and stupid showing SunVox for a friend and maybe sing a ballad or two.
Well that was not so bad was it!
Now for the good news.
Have finally at least taken my first step into the world of Pixilang and am starting to understand oh so slightly how it is working and it tastes good to my brain!
So think that Pixilang week will be expanded to Pixilang years!
Will definitely learn it and think that in a week or two will open up a new sub header just for Pixilang with tutorials and programs etc.
I mean it should be very interesting for people that uses Android to learn it or at least how to incorporate and use the programs that other people have created-
For example the 1 bit video that got posted yesterday-
Here is a link to the code that got used to make the video:
(thanks for the link Victor!)
Still don't know how to make the code open a specific video but think that it is relatively easy to at least learn how to do something simple like that and you would not have to get into learning pure programming. And there is more small programs like this on the Pixilang forum- But also like said would like to open a Subheader and maybe through pushing myself and talking about it endlessly here at Musical Android there will be more people using it or attract programmers to create more awesomeness to share...
It is so cool that it works on all major operating systems and some less known ones and on Android devices that is not so strong and it admits for example midi so you can create simple synth and hook up with keyboard.
And just with a little bit more effort you can learn to create a Android app and put it up on the Playstore as mentioned before on other posts there already are some nice apps made with Pixilang like Pixitracker, Pixivisor, Pixelwave and Spectrumgen.
So to learn there will be tutorials and maybe i half a year or so a compilation into a readable file and to help us we already have Brian Muramatsu on the case and also contacted the man behind the Pixilang created video that got posted yesterday and he said that he will help us too! So slowly but surely we can crack the Pixilang code and Dan Brown can write another crappy book about us!
So until next week and unto continuously infinite future Pixilang on Musical Android.