Difference between revisions of "TiLDA MK4/Code Structure"

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""" <your description>
 
""" <your description>
 
"""
 
"""
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___title___         = "<your_app_name>"
___name___         = "<your_app_name>"
 
 
___license___      = "MIT"
 
___license___      = "MIT"
 
___dependencies___ = ["wifi", "http", "ugfx_helper", "sleep"]
 
___dependencies___ = ["wifi", "http", "ugfx_helper", "sleep"]
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* Other
 
* Other
  
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=== Exiting main.py ===
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Ensure your apps calls app.restart_to_default() when finished
  
Ensure your apps calls restart_to_default() when finished
 
  
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restart_to_default()
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from app import restart_to_default # import at the beginning of your code
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restart_to_default() # call on exit of main.py
 
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Latest revision as of 16:24, 9 September 2018

Headers

main.py headers:

""" <your description>
"""
___title___         = "<your_app_name>"
___license___      = "MIT"
___dependencies___ = ["wifi", "http", "ugfx_helper", "sleep"]
___categories___   = ["<see below>"]
___bootstrapped___ = True # Whether or not apps get downloaded on first install. Defaults to "False", mostly likely you won't have to use this at all.

Please use one of these categories:

  • System
  • Homescreens
  • Games
  • Sound
  • EMF
  • Villages
  • Phone
  • LEDs
  • Sensors
  • Demo
  • Other

Exiting main.py

Ensure your apps calls app.restart_to_default() when finished


from app import restart_to_default # import at the beginning of your code


restart_to_default() # call on exit of main.py