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1 million rows grid - simplest
1-million-rows-grid1.r591 bytes
11 Mar
Simplest demo of grid data display, using VID's 'list style See for more features
author: nick
1 million rows grid 2
1-million-rows-grid2.r914 bytes
11 Mar
Demo of grid data display, with some features (edit, save, arrow keys scroll), using VID's 'list style See for more features
author: nick
1 million rows grid 3
1-million-rows-grid3.r2.2 KB
11 Mar
Demo of grid data display, with lots of features (save/load, add/remove, undo, multiline edit, sort, search, key scroll, separator lines, etc.) using VID's 'list style. See the minimal examples (grids 1 and 2) to learn the basics about using the VID list widget.
author: nick
Little 3D Game
3d-game.r3.8 KB
2 Jan
Try to click the bouncing REBOLs as many times as possible in 30 seconds. The speed increases with each click! The 3D logic and calculations in this script were taken directly from Gregory Pecheret's ebuc-cube script, at: This script can also be found in the tutorial at [...]
author: nick
99 Bottles of Beer
99-bottles-of-beer.r834 bytes
7 Dec 2013
Prints the 99 Bottles of Beer song lyrics, with proper grammar. Bottles changed to bottle at the end of the 2 line, and throughout the 1 line. 0 changed to No in the last line.
author: nick
Always on Top
always-on-top.r1.0 KB
23 Dec 2013
Demonstrates how to use the Windows API to make a Rebol application always stay on top of other windows (so that the Rebol window is always visible in front of any other programs that are opened). Be sure to use the view/new option, then run the 2 Windows API functions, then do-events to show the GUI.
author: nick
Animated GIF Example
animated-gif.r8.2 KB
30 Jun 2008
An example of how to use the 'anim' function. Taken from the tutorial at
author: nick antonaccio
App Builder
appbuilder.r26.4 KB
16 Feb
An app builder to help new students learn how to write Rebol code. To create a user interface for a new app, just point and click any GUI widget (button, text field, dropdown box, etc.). You'll be prompted to edit the properties of each added widget, and you can add actions which will run when the user interacts with the widget. Actions [...]
author: nick
Asynchronous Get Keys
async-get-keys.r602 bytes
17 Apr 2010
Demonstrates how to check for async keystrokes (including arrow keys) in the REBOL console. Taken from the tutorial at
author: nick
Bar Charts
bar-charts.r1.9 KB
9 Feb 2013
Several examples demonstrating how to draw bar charts using simple REBOL GUI code. From the tutorial at:
author: Nick Antonaccio
Binary File Transfer
binary-file-transfer.r1.2 KB
4 Dec 2009
Demonstrates how to transfer binary files between 2 computers connected by a TCP port. This is a shortened version of the script explained at . There are 2 separate programs here - one to run as server, and another to run as client. The script is configured to demonstrate on a single [...]
author: nick
Bingo Board
bingo.r3.7 KB
12 Jan 2011
Commercial bingo boards cost several thousand dollars. We hook this up to a projector and use it to run Bingo for a non-profit organization :)
author: nick
blogger.r1.9 KB
22 Apr 2010
This program allows users to create and add entries to an online blog page. The GUI has text fields which allow the user to enter a title, link, and blog text, as well as a button to select an image file which will be uploaded and included in the blog entry. When the Upload button is clicked, an HTML file is created and uploaded to [...]
author: nick
calculator-tutorial.r1.4 KB
1 Mar 2009
A little GUI calculator example, with printout. Taken from the tutorial at
author: [unknown]
Captcha Example
captcha-example.r1.0 KB
8 Apr 2010
A minimal example demonstrating how to use the captcha library by SOFTINNOV: NOTE: the first part of this script CAN be used to create catchpa images in a non-graphic environment. You can, for example, run the first 6 lines of this script on your web server - just be sure to use REBOL/command [...]
author: nick
Card File
card-file.r2.0 KB
5 Mar 2010
This is the quintessential simple text field storage application. It can be used as shown here, to save contact information, but by adjusting just a few lines of code and text labels, it could be easily adapted to store recipes, home inventory information, or any other type of related pages of data. A version of this script [...]
author: nick
Catch Game
catch-game.r1.1 KB
19 May 2010
A tiny game to demonstrate the basics of VID. Taken from the tutorial at
author: nick
CGI Event Calendar
cgi-event-calendar.r2.4 KB
17 Apr 2010
A web site CGI application that displays events in the current calendar month, with links to specified event pages. Events are stored in the file %bb.db, in the format: ["event 1" 18-Apr-2010] ["event 2" 20-Apr-2010] ["event 3" 20-Apr-2010] [...]
author: nick
CGI FTP Folder Copy
cgi-ftp-folder-copy.r655 bytes
17 Apr 2010
A CGI script to copy entire directories of files from one web server to another. Taken from the tutorial at
author: nick
chmod777to555.r1.4 KB
17 Apr 2010
I use this script to make sure that there are no files chmod'd to 777 on my webservers. Built in is a routine that collects and writes the name of every folder and every file on my server, to a text file. Taken from the tutorial at
author: nick
Choice Button Menu Example
choice-button-menu-example.r1.6 KB
28 Sep 2010
A quick way to add a simple menu to VID GUIs
author: nick
Chord Accompaniment Player
chord-accompaniment-player.r2.4 KB
30 Jun 2008
Plays music backup tracks, based on chord progressions entered as text. See for a case study about how this program was created.
author: nick antonaccio
Windows clock sync
clock-sync.r1.5 KB
24 Oct 2009
Synchronize your Windows date and time with the clock on your web server. The 4 line CGI script given at the end of this example prints out the current date and time on your web server, and this script reads it and sets the operating system clock to match it. (To do the same thing in Linux, see Ladislav Mecir's set-system-time-lin [...]
author: [unknown]
Coin Flip
coinflip.r592 bytes
4 Dec 2013
A little example for a student. Click the button to randomly flip the coin image. Based on the example video at Video at
author: nick
Convert Decimal to Binary
convert-decimal-to-binary.r392 bytes
2 Aug 2014
A quick example demonstrating the technique at
author: nick

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