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    Default Tutorial requests

    Hello everyone,

    Is there anyone who might be able to think of a tutorial that you would like to see. I'm thinking of possibly taking on some tutorial requests and writing some subject to my knowledge of that particular area of course.

    So if you have any requests and not just how do you print hello world to the system console, feel free to request one and I will see what I can do. Maybe some other people here might be interested in helping out as well if we get a lot of requests.

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    Hello Json,

    Seeing as you love gaming and game programming. It would really be great if you could write some simple game programming tutorials? Maybe cover the basics for people who wish to start programming games but don't have the first clue where to start.. Kind of like me

    I could create a new section here just for these game programming tutorials. Maybe even have a showcase of members games? Just a thought!
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    Good idea, I might whip up a little tutorial about that later on.

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    Sounds great, I'd love to get started with that too. I''ve done bit here and there in DirectX and C++ lol but not Java, so should be good. Plus I can then start turning out tutorials to help

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    Default Re: Tutorial requests

    Some tutorials on how awt/swing applications work would be nice... Java's tutorials for these are kind of confusing for beginners

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    I could use an awt/swing tutorial myself to be honest, hehe ;D

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    Agreed with the idea that Java's AWT/Swing tutorials are bad for beginners.

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    Default Re: Tutorial requests

    Quote Originally Posted by Freaky Chris View Post
    Agreed with the idea that Java's AWT/Swing tutorials are bad for beginners.

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    This again.

    I'd like some decent Swing tutorials. Maybe i'll set up a sub forum in the Tips & Tutorials section and we can make indepth tutorials with pictures etc.. Try to make it a valuable resource.
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    Ye we should try to get something like that going. I'd get reading Java docs to learn Swing lol! Then I can translate it into something that is easy to understand Since I don't actually know AWT/Swing very well which is why I can't get playing with Java2D and Java3D

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    multi-threading would be nice... especially in applets

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