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Discussion in 'Online Game Development' started by ogreman, Sep 15, 2014.
If anybody has experience building an app, please send me a PM.
i don't do java apps. If you mean web app, I do do that.
I do know 2 java developers. One in Groningen and another in Leeuwarden.
The guy from Groningen has experience in facturing (invoices) and administrative apps, but he's dyslexic. The other guy from Leeuwarden coincidentally has done a freelance project via a Dutch company for a company in Texas, don't know what is was about, but I happen to have remembered him. I heard about him via a photographer also in Leeuwarden. The one from Groningen is very busy right now. I don't know him personally, only via a guy also in Groningen, who is in marketing and events. I may actually meet the java developer from Groningen face-to-face tomorrow.
I meant more like mobile apps for Android and iOS.
They can do that.
For a web app I can help you with that, but downloadable for mobiles, like android or iOS, I can't do that yet.
Ok, we may can do a web app together.
For myself, I want to learn how to develop mobile apps.
try with android SDK (eclipse) watch some tutorials and if you have time you can learn developing apps for mobile
May try to develop for Apple first, but learning how to make any app would be good.
what cemex said...
java eclipse is a great program to develop java programs, it comes with a neat debugger. You may also want to install JAVA JDK and Notepad++
I also have lots of books about JAVA.
-Beginning JAVA SE game programming
-Developing games in JAVA
-Java how to program, 6th edition
-Objects first with java, a practical introduction
-O'Reilly database programming with JDBC and JAVA
-O'Reilly Java 2D graphics
-O'Reilly Java 3D programming
-O'Reilly Java cook book
They're PDF and CHM books. If you want any of these, I can send them to you by mail.
If apps are being made with Java, yes, please send those to me.
6 of the 8 books were send your way
unfortunately the other 2 books are chm files and cannot be send by mail
Ok, thanks, Shugo.
I will respond to your PM tonight.
ok will see it asap
oh and some further advice. Besides the books you'll also need programs and a developing environment and compiler for Java. I recommend the following: Eclipse Java EE, Notepad++ and JDK 8
since you're gonna go over the net. I recommend you read about sockets. No socket = no internet with java. Especially TCP is important.
I can tell you right now, this ain't as easy as learning HTML.
Ok, thanks Shugo.
the great thing abot those programs is that they are free
Indeed, that definitely does help.