Learning to code. Page 8

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  • Psiloc 26 Nov 2016 12:23:07 5,486 posts
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    Yep, Google leads me to SO about 20 times every single day.

    I've recently learned Swift for porting one of our Android apps to iOS and I used Apple's own tutorial to do the job:


    I know you're mostly talking about game development but for a free crash course it wasn't half bad, and Swift is definitely the way to go as opposed to Objective C.
  • THFourteen 26 Nov 2016 13:36:33 53,677 posts
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    Ah i see!

    not really, i haven't had any ideas myself yet. All I've done so far is build the first few games in the tutorials, halfway through the breakout clone at the minute (excuse the shonky graphics i am no artist)


    Only works in IE as far as i can tell at the minute (using unity 4.7 at the mo)
  • THFourteen 9 Dec 2016 23:32:00 53,677 posts
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    Latest effort - section 6 - space invaders :-)

    still not even halfway through this particular game.
  • senso-ji 16 Dec 2016 16:42:40 10,086 posts
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    Humble code your own games bundle

    $15 gets you a bunch of books that cover game dev on Android, IOS, Unity, et al.
  • AceGrace 11 May 2017 15:57:41 3,211 posts
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    That is only any good for web programming.
  • Blurp 11 May 2017 16:05:49 1,447 posts
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    It's also a piece of shit of a site.
  • JonFE 14 Jan 2020 12:59:36 2,007 posts
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    Edit: NMM

    Edited by JonFE at 13:00:06 14-01-2020
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