OK. We know how this composition produces this window with the text "Hello World" upon it. Now let's build it. There are several ways to go about this; I'll show you one common way. I'll close this one, and select "File," "New Composition."
Update: If you're trying to recreate this composition in Vuo 1.2.4 or later, hold down the Shift key (Vuo 1.2.6+) or Option key (Vuo 1.2.4 and 1.2.5) while connecting the cable from the Fire Periodically node's Fired port to the Count node's Increment port. This makes a thin (event-only) cable instead of the default thick (data+event) cable.
Let's take a look at another simple composition and learn a little more about how the parts and pieces of Vuo work. This is a composition that counts. When I press Run, it produces this: a blank window with numbers counting in the center. Let's slowly walk through what's happening, and as we go through it, we'll define a few more elements in the Vuo Editor.
Demonstration of three Vuo compositions for User Interface prototyping.
Hi! This is Jean Marie from Team Vuo and I’m going to demonstrate a few different ways Vuo can be used for User Interface prototyping. This first composition demonstrates a prototype for a messaging app.
This second composition demonstrates a prototype for viewing images. I created it with three images, but you can modify it to use many more.
This third composition showcases just a very small sample of the animated transitions you can prototype in Vuo.