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BSP Tutorial

Part 1 – Introduction and beginning elements, sample data. Part 2 – Building the CLASSES and ITERATORS. Part 3 – Putting your pages in place. Part 4 – Extended Features . Part 5 – Conclusions.

Graphic Tutorial              (PDF 842 KB)

This document describes the step by step activities to be performed while creating and executing a simple BSP. It is suitable for budding BSP developers who need a graphic start up.

 

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