TNWiki Article Spotlight: Small Basic International Resources


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Small Basic: International Resources  

 

There are 23 languages of resources here. Here is a great chart from Nonki to show you what's available:

Language IDE Reference Guide Curriculum Wiki Books Videos Twitter Facebook
Arabic ? ? ?          
Chinese (Simplified) ? ? ? ?          
Chinese (Traditional) ? ? ? ?     ?    
Croatian ?   ? ?          
Czech ?   ? ?     ?    
Dutch ? ? ? ?          
English ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
French ? ? ? ? ?   ?    
German ? ? ? ?   ? ?    
Greek     ?            
Hebrew ?   ? ?          
Hindi             ?    
Hungarian           ?      
Icelandic ?   ?            
Italian ? ? ? ? ?   ?    
Japanese ? ? ? ? ? ?     ?
Korean ? ? ? ?          
Polish ? ? ? ?          
Portuguese (Brazil) ? ? ? ?     ? ?  
Portuguese (Portugal) ? ? ? ?     ?    
Russian ? ? ? ?   ? ? ?  
Spanish ? ? ? ?     ?    
Turkish ? ? ? ?     ?    

 

You think this list is amazing? Check out the actual article!

Please see a complete list and description of these resources here:

Small Basic: International Resources  

  

Thanks again to Nonki for a fantastic article!

Jump on in! The Wiki is warm!

   - Ninja Ed

Comments (11)

  1. Saeid Hasani says:

    Thanks Ed and Nonki!

  2. Thanks and Good job Ed!

  3. Recep YUKSEL says:

    Thank you Ed, Thank you Nonki.

  4. Thanks for the article. What does IDE stands for?

  5. Payman, IDE is Integrated Development Environment. Essentially it’s the UI tooling that you can use to play with a language. It’s called out because today languages are typically separate from the IDE. For example, you can use the Visual Basic language
    (and many languages) in Visual Studio (the IDE). But Small Basic is for kids and new developers, and thus, it has it’s own IDE coupled together with the language (which is a scaled down version of BASIC).

  6. I love this chart. It quickly tells us the areas we could grow in… like more resources in Hungarian, Hindi, and Greek!

  7. Thanks for the info Ed 🙂

  8. You’re welcome everyone! Special thanks to Nonki for writing up the article and for making this great chart!

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