Application API

See also: Automating LEAP with the API  

The LEAPApplication class contains top-level properties and methods, including access to all other classes.

Note: in the following examples, a reference to LEAP, as in LEAP.ActiveArea, assumes that there is an object named LEAP of class LEAPApplication. This can be created in VBScript by entering:

SET LEAP = CreateObject("LEAP.LEAPApplication").  

However, this is not necessary when running scripts inside LEAP (e.g. from the script editor) since an object named LEAP implicitly exists whenever LEAP is running.

Please use the Script Editor for documentation of the properties and methods of the Application API. The right-hand pane of the Script editor fully enumerates all collections and objects in the LEAP API.