Lua Scripting in Q-SYS

Lua Scripting in Q-SYS

Welcome to our guide on navigating the world of the Q-SYS control programming platform, powered by Lua.

The purpose of this guide is to familiarize you with the concepts and applications of custom solutions via Lua scripting from the ground up. While this document does not have any sections which speci´Čücally address some of the fundamentals of coding such as syntax, the structure of this guide should serve as an effective communicator for these concepts, as well as some best-practices for creating a clear, efficient, and effective custom-scripted solution.

Aaron Hood is a Lead Programmer and Script Writer for the Farm's FarmAssist professional services division.  He also manages the Plugin Division of FarmAssist and has developed plugins for individuals, integrators and manufacturers large and small.  Aaron has been with the FarmAssist team since it's inception and continues to advance our capabilities focused on complicated scripting solutions.

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