Drag ‘n Drop, cheap as chips. Well, fish & chips twice at my local chip shop.
The latest volume of Drag ‘n Drop magazine is now available as a bundle for the princely sum of £9.00, a saving of £3.00 over buying the four individual issues.
Launched in 2009, the PDF based magazine nearly came to a close after only two volumes when its editor, Paul Stewart, decided to cease publication not long before the 2011 London Show. However, Paul soon changed his mind, apparently with some encouragement from R-Comp‘s Andrew Rawnsley, and he duly turned up at the show with the first issue of the third volume.
Volume 3, which like the previous two volumes consists of four issues, features articles on a variety of subjects, including the use of IMAP in Messenger Pro, a tutorial on creating and joining PDF files, and more, as well as installments of series such as All Sorted and RISC OS Programming in BASIC.
Samples of the four issues that make up the volume 3 bundle can be downloaded from the Drag ‘n Drop website, or any of the four can be purchased individually for £3.00 each. The volume 1 and 2 bundles are also available for £9.00 each.