PUB files are specific to NeoBook 4. They will not open in previous
versions of NeoBook. For version 3.2 PUBz, go to the PUBz3
The Pub files listed here are
free for the taking. They are merely examples and are not intended as
finished products. Use your imagination and ingenuity to expand on
them turning them into your NeoApps!
Demonstrates how to bounce images around inside a PUB. Great for making
your own bounce screen saver.
List: Demonstration of the ListBox used to create an Add/Remove
to another ListBox. Results are stored in another variable for use in other
objects and routines.
List: ListBox example demonstrating an alphabetical index. A-Z
buttons read-in only the data for the letter-button pressed.
List: ListBox example demonstrating a way to open, save and process
a list of filenames.
Dialog: Simulates a dialog box and fillbar utilizing Show/Hide
An e-mail sender program demonstrating some e-mail sending possibilities
with NeoBook 4. This example is made in the likeness of a conventional
e-mail app but same concept could be applied to other forms.
with Keys: Move an object around on the screen with the arrow keys.
Pic: Demonstrates how to simulate the spinning of a picture object
on a center axis.
Panoramic-style pictures without a Plug-In or Web Browser by Jose Rodrigues
Date Conversion: Allows you to check the number of days lapsed
between two dates. Useful for creating a timed evaluation. by Ronnie
A really cool PUB that demonstrates how NeoBook 4 can be used for creating
games. by Jose Rodrigues
Another neat game by Jose Rodrigues demonstrating some fancy
image swapping using Random numbers. Hey! I won $30!
Shoot : This PUB, created by Gary Duguay, demonstrates NeoBook's
ability to create fast arcade-style games with collision detection. A lot
can be learned from Gary's lean and efficient coding.
: Drag and Drop an object onto a Drop Zone. The only editing required would
be to change the names of each object to be dragged.
: Confine the mouse to whatever object you specify. Function file included.
: Thumbnail viewer without a plugin. Three different examples.
Scroller : Scroll text from right to left across Pub. Very little
: Place a rectangle object anywhere, any size on your page. Name it FaderArea.
Messages appear wherever rectangle is placed. Easy to configure and use.
a Dialog Box : Simulate Moving a Simulated Dialog Box.
Tree Menu : Capture parameters from Web Browser object and act
upon them. This demo uses David Griffith's
OUTLINE.CLASS java applet.
: Capturing and parsing parameters from Web Browser object to make simple
Charts : Graphing example by Gerhard McKropf
: Click to Drag Window corner to new size. Article object resizes to fit
new window dimensions. (demo uses "Windows\Hardware.txt")
URLs : This routine will scan an HMTL file looking for "a href"
and extract the URLs adding them to a ListBox.
Menu Workaround : Need a custom menu for a SystemTray compiled
program? Have a look at this sample for a possibility.
Browser Plug-In Installer : This is a sample Pub that shows one
way to make a custom setup for your "WebBrowser Plug-In" compiled NeoBook
publication. Installs "NBActiveX.OCX" and your ".PKG" file on the end users
system. Optionally launches IE's Internet Security Settings if you need
Shows how to make your own Auto-Hide toolbar.
...more to follow