This first short video in the series goes through the steps from downloading Seco
to creating a workspace and loading a sample notebook.
Chapter 2 - Seco Notebooks
The second part of the tutorial videos goes into detail of the notebooks scripting
interface. Inspired by the Mathematica system by Wolfram Research, notebooks are
an advanced and very convenient scripting interface. This video will show you
how to use it.
Chapter 3 - Seco UI Tutorial
The following video goes through some of the other user interface elements currently
available in Seco, such as canvas containers and configuration settings.
Chapter 4 - Seco Runtime
The runtime video explains how to import 3d party libraries (i.e. jars and class directories) into
the Seco runtime context and it introduces the Seco P2P network.