Now this wasn't easy for them. There was a ton of trial and error. There were math computations to figure out to ensure the spoons and scoops stopped at the right place. There was timing of items becoming visible, and then becoming invisible. There were repeat codes. Here's a small sampling of some of their coding. You'll notice that many of their pages had several items to code. Remember anything they've added to the page that moves or makes a sound, needed to be coded.
|This code is making the ingredient drop into the bread machine at just the right time to match the ingredient moving toward the bread maker. They have also programmed the dropping ingredient to disappear into the bread machine.|
|This code is ensuring that the flour fall from the spoon at the right time, and then disappear after it drops.|
|This code is programming the scope to make it from the flour to the bread maker and then tip into the bread maker.|
|This code is making the spoon go up and over to the bread maker, tip into the bread maker, then return back to the beginning and repeat the process four times since they have to add 4 scoops of this ingredient to the bread maker.|
|This code has the spoon travel from the left to the right side of the page, up the page and then over the bread maker where it tips into the machine|