My Student Alex W just finished up his first app, Deal or No Deal. If you’d like to check it out, you can download the .apk to your Android phone by clicking the SourceForge download button below. Great work Alex!
NOTE: Please make sure to enable installation of apps from unknown sources on your Android device prior to downloading.
Settings > Security > Allow installation of apps from unknown sources
Quick little blog post here on how to get started with scripting in Roblox Studio. These two example scripts should be added under the ServerScriptService and the variable names should match the baseplate and part added to your blank starter project =>
Really simple two page tutorial on adding Turbolinks magic to your traditional webapp in order to achieve a SPA (singe page application) feel without having to learn a complicated framework like React, Angular or Vue. Simply import Turbolinks, then call Turbolinks.visit() to load your pages in the background with Turbolinks & AJAX =>
I’ve been experimenting at work with Apache-Cordova/Adobe-PhoneGap and am trying to find an easy way to distribute APKS generated using Adobe’s build service. Setting up development machines is probably too much work for the kids I teach, so just wanted to see if I can post an APK easily on my WordPress blog. So without futher ado… My Adobe PhoneGap Build Service Hello World APK =>
I personally was really excited about playing around with NodeJS & Express & Socket.io, but my student happens to be really good at Unity3D and has happened to find a serverless platform-as-a-service style option for multiplayer called Photon that he really likes so… looks like it’s time to learn Photon!
Working with the most advanced student at our school tomorrow and need to post a few references for our lesson, deploying an expressjs app to production. While the above 9 tutorials are pretty good, it looks like this 10th and 11th tutorials from DigitalOcean is probably the best:
My coworker John has been doing some really nice projects with smooth graphics in python using the turtle graphics library lately, so I just wanted to bookmark this series of blog posts I stumbled upon which demonstrates how to smooth out your animations in turtle =>