🧰 Resources for building Glide apps

@Jaime looks fun and inspiring if your putting together some external graphic element with a font to include in your glide app.

another good one :+1: i’ll get around to updating the list in the coming days!

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Chop! Chop! :stuck_out_tongue:

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@Darren_Murphy give him chance, so many great products out there to catch up on :wink:

He’s a fellow Aussie, we set high standards :stuck_out_tongue: :rofl:

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For months I have been struggling with creating video to submit app templates. Would someone have any good recommendations for video software?

Desired features: in-browser only, minimalist/simple, no need for voice over (I tried Loom, I cannot do it), music track needed, if possible templates.

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Probably you can try this if you don’t need voice over.

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https://clideo.com/

This is another one you could try.

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I would recommend https://previewed.app/

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Thanks @ThinhDinh @Santiago_Perez1 and @Eric_Penn

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OBS, 100% free and open source and quick and easy to setup.

https://obsproject.com/

Most Twitch streamers use this. It does great with resource allocation and won’t slow down your pc.

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Is there a good resource for PCs that allows you to get screenshots of your app as if they were displayed on a mobile device’s screen? I currently just use the Glide Editor view and take a full screenshot and crop as needed. It would be great if there was a way to enter a Glide URL and generate a screenshot of each page that is needed.

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Ctrl shift I, then Ctrl shift M, reload, then take a screenshot :slight_smile:

This should work on chrome and edge

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Mind. Blown.

Thank you!

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@shchc I use reflector 3 where you can cast the phones image to your computer.
I use a dedicated video program to capture what is on the screen.

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That’s really cool too, thanks!!

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Yep! Never fear DevTools!

Thanks! I work on a Chromebook exclusively, so I need to work in the browser directly :slightly_smiling_face:

Heeey! Chromebook Pals! :raised_hands:

Have you looked into installing Linux?

Summary

Go to chrome://os-settings, and click Linux (Beta) in the sidebar. Next, install linux and follow the instructions here.

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Darnit. :expressionless: