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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The LiveCode programming language is a commercial cross-platform rapid application development language inspired by Hypercard's programming language HyperTalk. The language was first introduced in 2001. The "Revolution" development system was based on the MetaCard engine technology which Runtime Revolution later acquired from MetaCard Corporation in 2003. The platform won the Macworld Annual Editor's Choice Award for "Best Development Software" in 2004. "Revolution" was renamed "LiveCode" in the fall of 2010. "LiveCode" is developed and sold by Runtime Revolution Ltd., based in Edinburgh, Scotland. It has tens of thousands of more

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