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Offline Ben Schattinger

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n-flashcards: study from csv files
« on: June 04, 2019, 10:35:34 pm »
I've always wanted a way to study flashcards easily from Quizlet. Yes, I could create flashcards from the built-in Notes app, but then I'd have to type everything in manually. So, I decided that a perfect first app for my project of adding Rust support to ndless would be to create an app that displays flashcards from Quizlet.

Features:
  • Pick study sets from the file system
  • Star flashcards to study just a few flashcards within a set, and they are saved between launches
  • Uses freetype with Roboto, so it's easy to read, unlike the default font that nSDL has
  • Use the touchpad to quickly scroll through cards
  • Is probably the only thing that uses the little flag key on the keyboard (seriously, what is it there for?)
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The source is here, and you can pick up a tns file here. Note that you'll need ndless installed to use it. See the repository for detailed instructions involving csv files, and exporting from Quizlet.

This is the first app that uses Rust and ndless! The Rust toolchain almost ready for release, and I'll make a separate post when it is. However, if you'd like to jump right in to development, you can always fork this and get started.

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Re: n-flashcards: study from csv files
« Reply #1 on: June 06, 2019, 04:54:15 pm »
There's a notes app on the nspire? (Or do you mean that text editor thing?)

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Re: n-flashcards: study from csv files
« Reply #2 on: June 06, 2019, 04:58:34 pm »
There's a notes app on the nspire? (Or do you mean that text editor thing?)
Yeah. There's a Q&A template, but it's inconvenient to switch between the two sides, as you need to hit tab a few times to click the button.