It hasn’t been that long since my last screencast, but I thought I’d do another, this time showing how to create a module for NSM-Console (so now you have no excuse for not contributing!).
You can get the screencast here (right-click and download, don’t stream):
It’s under 10 mb and clocks in at 7 minutes and 14 seconds.
If you’re looking to make your own module, I highly recommend first reading this README file (found in the modules directory) and watching the screencast.
If you do make a module and would like it included with the NSM-Console distribution, let me know by sending me an email or leaving a comment.
The version of NSM-Console used in the screencast is verion 0.4
Well, I’ve been working on this for the last week or so, trying to get it all working the way I wanted, and after around 15 takes, I finally have a screencast for anyone interested in the idea behind and usage of nsm-console.
The version of nsm-console used in the screencast is the 0.3-DEVEL version. UPDATE: Version 0.3 is now out!
The video is in .mov format and is 12 minutes and 40 seconds, it is around 17MB. Don’t forget to right-click and “Download As”!
I’m hoping to have a flash version created soon, I’ll update this entry when I do.
If you have any questions, comments or criticisms, feel free to leave a comment below or email me.
I also updated the “about me” page if you absolutely must know what I look like.
Oh, one more thing, ignore the fact that I say “so” around 30 times in this one video, this is my first screencast, gimme a break.