Did You Enjoy Our Previous Pythonista Tutorials?

Back in June, we ran a series of 4 tutorials designed to give you a really simple introduction to Pythonista, the wonderful programming tool available on iOS. We’re really pleased to announce that we’re running the second part of this course, which started yesterday, throughout August and September to give you a deeper knowledge of Pythonista and to help you solve problems within Python.

In the meantime, we’d really like to get your feedback on what you thought of the first part of our Pythonista tutorial! Go ahead and cast your votes in the poll box on the right, and please feel free to include any additional comments in the section below!

  • http://classyapps.tumblr.com/ Jonathan

    I picked up Pythonista a couple weeks ago, and have read most of your Pythonista 101 articles. The first couple provided part of the motivation to go ahead and jump on board. The one year one dollar sale didn’t hurt, either! Anyway, I just wanted to say thanks to your team for taking up the mantle and promoting Python and Pythonista! Two weeks ago, I knew essentially nothing about the language. Within just two or three days of purchasing the app, I had written my first two scripts from scratch—really useful stuff that I was able to create simply by reading a bit of the Python Tutorial in app (the built-in help is *amazing*!) and by looking at the provided scripts. It’s a remarkably fulfilling process!

    One of the reasons using Pythonista is so compelling—beyond a learning and tech demo exercise—is that it has hooks into iOS to do *truly useful* stuff. Perhaps this doesn’t have any broad-reaching appeal, but I think *anyone* who does productive things on their iOS devices can benefit from this. I hope that, as part of this upcoming series, you can highlight many useful ideas with the Notification, Clipboard, and Console (input alerts, e.g.) modules that can let Pythonista play with other apps. The exciting thing is that Pythonista can provide a super primer for the upcoming (imminent?) Editorial app. I can’t even describe how excited I am for that!

    Anyway, thanks again for bring attention to this brilliant app! Can’t wait to see what you come up with in the next few weeks.

    • http://ipad.appstorm.net/ James Cull

      That’s great to hear Jonathan, thank you so much for providing this valuable feedback :)

      Hope you enjoy part 2!