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Sato

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#1 8 years ago

Is there a SDK Codeing tutorail out there? I know C++ but I would like to know how the SDK works




Zach

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#2 8 years ago
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#3 8 years ago

Ok.... That was the dicionary word for SDK,

Doesnt Help me much...




Raz0r

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#4 8 years ago

@Zach: More effort with your little Google attempts please.

@Sato: Well C++ won't help you too much in JA. The SDK is coded in C You'll be interested in JA Coders. It's a community I've been setting up for tutorials/reference/discussion etc for coding in JA Also, if you've got IRC, hop on irc.arloria.net/#JACoders :)

Uh, I should kinda mention the site isn't finished <_>




eezstreet

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#5 8 years ago

If you need some help with your coding, I'm here and Raz0r is here (and BobaFett lurks here, I'm sure) if you need anything. Just drop me a PM or add me to your friends list on Xfire (same as my username). I'm not quite as good as Raz0r is though, so he'll probably be of more use to you. =p

As Raz0r said, it's programmed in C, not C++ (there's a difference, but picking up a C++ book will teach you a little about OOP [object-oriented programming]). It'd also be good to take a look around the SDK with your newfound knowledge and just peek at how things work, and tinker with some things here and there.

JA coders also has some useful tutorials (one of which I have written =p), so I would recommend you go check that out for yourself.




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#6 8 years ago

Ok ty