EmacsScreencasts

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> === Lisp ===
> * MarcoBaringer [http://common-lisp.net/project/movies/movies/slime.mov shows SlimeMode] (150MB Quicktime movie, also available [http://common-lisp.net/movies/slime.torrent via Bittorrent]) (see also [http://www.pchristensen.com/blog/articles/reference-for-the-slimelispemacs-screencast/ reference guide] here)
> * another SlimeMode demo from the [http://www.unixuser.org/~euske/vnc2swf/ vnc2swf-site]: http://www.unixuser.org/~euske/vnc2swf/slime.html
> * Redshank by MichaelWeber is a helper for all CommonLisp hackers. You can see a demo at
> http://www.foldr.org/~michaelw/emacs/redshank/
> * [http://www.youtube.com/user/rpdillon/videos?query=hack+emacs Hack Emacs] - Richard Dillon's series of screencasts.
> * [http://www.emacstapas.com/ Emacs tapas] - [[NicFerrier]]'s series of screencasts that will teach you how to program in Emacs Lisp.
> === Ruby ===
> * [http://www.vimeo.com/2854412 Rinari Screencast] is a short demonstration of the [http://rinari.rubyforge.org/ Rinari] minor-mode for RubyOnRails development
> * Marshall Vandegrift uses EmacsCodeBrowser and show [http://platypope.org/yada/emacs-demo how to move ruby on rails with it]
> * [http://www.rubyist.net/~rubikitch/images/icicles-rcodetools.gif Icicles with rcodetools], by [[rubikitch]]
> * RubyOnRails and EmacsCodeBrowser demo (no audio, Flash required): http://emacsonrails.drozdov.net [1.8MB]
> * Short [http://eigenclass.org/hiki.rb?rcodetools RCodeTools] [http://www.rubyist.net/~rubikitch/images/icicles-rcodetools.gif animation] showing use of [[Icicles]] completion with Ruby
> === Misc ===

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< * [http://www.vimeo.com/2854412 Rinari Screencast] is a short demonstration of the [http://rinari.rubyforge.org/ Rinari] minor-mode for RubyOnRails development

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< * Marshall Vandegrift uses EmacsCodeBrowser and show [http://platypope.org/yada/emacs-demo how to move ruby on rails with it]
< * MarcoBaringer [http://common-lisp.net/project/movies/movies/slime.mov shows SlimeMode] (150MB Quicktime movie, also available [http://common-lisp.net/movies/slime.torrent via Bittorrent]) (see also [http://www.pchristensen.com/blog/articles/reference-for-the-slimelispemacs-screencast/ reference guide] here)
< * another SlimeMode demo from the [http://www.unixuser.org/~euske/vnc2swf/ vnc2swf-site]: http://www.unixuser.org/~euske/vnc2swf/slime.html
< * [http://www.rubyist.net/~rubikitch/images/icicles-rcodetools.gif Icicles with rcodetools], by [[rubikitch]]

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< * RubyOnRails and EmacsCodeBrowser demo (no audio, Flash required): http://emacsonrails.drozdov.net [1.8MB]
< * Short [http://eigenclass.org/hiki.rb?rcodetools RCodeTools] [http://www.rubyist.net/~rubikitch/images/icicles-rcodetools.gif animation] showing use of [[Icicles]] completion with Ruby

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< * Redshank by MichaelWeber is a helper for all CommonLisp hackers. You can see a demo at
< http://www.foldr.org/~michaelw/emacs/redshank/

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< * [http://www.youtube.com/user/rpdillon/videos?query=hack+emacs Hack Emacs] - Richard Dillon's series of screencasts.
< * [http://www.emacstapas.com/ Emacs tapas] - [[NicFerrier]]'s series of screencasts that will teach you how to program in Emacs Lisp.


Screencasts are videos of screen capture. The video shows changes on the screen while programming or executing some task.

Emacs screencasts are videos of emacs in use. They offer a fun way to learn about Emacs usage by looking at experts using or demonstrating new features. It is also revealing to see how these experts use emacs for routine tasks while they go about demonstrating new features. Though some screencasts are only visual, without sound, they nevertheless reveal some useful patterns. Learning from screencasts is like looking over the expert’s shoulder and silently watching them work.

There are a number of ways of learning, but screencasts have proven unmatched for demonstrating complex command sequences in easy to see, low-cost method.

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