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What are you currently working on?

Discussion in 'Coders Paradise' started by Sylar, Jun 2, 2015.

  1. Sylar

    Sylar General Manager

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    What are you currently coding/working on?
    Feel free to post screenshots, URL's to a preview, and a bit of information about what you are posting!
    Please do not submit any non-relevant URL's. Thanks!

    I am currently coding a website for a media company in my area, but I am not at liberty to post it right now due to privacy concerns and whatnot. I will post it once it gets approved and officially put up though :)
     
  2. Jordan

    Jordan Founder Owner

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    Working on the newer generator website I have:
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    Making it fully responsive, adding and creating new script etc. The old script was really buggy, and all over the place. The newer version will still have the same scripts inside, plus new ones. Just coded more better and into one centralized system. Everything will be coded as one website instead of sub folders.
     
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  3. \\Vexel

    \\Vexel New Member

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    I am currently working on a few new style designs for EvokePixel, we haven't released any New or Payed for styles in some time thanks to work and custom style clients. So I figured it was time to create some new ones while my brother works on the new framework.

    I will update this post when I have something I like to post, atm its all concepts lol.
     
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  4. overcast

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    I am currently learning Unity. I wish to get into 2D games. You can see that there is a huge demand for the 2D games. And with more people into this type of stuff, It'd be fun to play such games. I want to understand how the gaming works along with way to make money. It'd be fun that way if that turns out okay.
     
  5. arachnophobik

    arachnophobik New Member

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    Currently, I'm trying to learn how to code in Java. I'm actually supposed to learn Php, but I thought I might as well look up Java first to get the concept of hard coded programming. I mainly came from Visual Basic, so I'm more used to working with the UI first and then the codes. Right now I want to evolve to using Java because I've heard of it's power and capabilities recently.
     
  6. overcast

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    It can be complex to learn java. Compared to .Net you can see that it has lot of things to manually settle. And that is one more reason many people are moving to the .Net. I think java has a future due to the Android using it for app development. I think even javascript and ruby on rails has some good future ahead.
     
  7. arachnophobik

    arachnophobik New Member

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    Seems both .Net and Java is being widely used these days. My uncle who works for IBM says they mostly use Java and .Net there. And yes, so far Java is quite complex, but since I would like to thank .Net for giving me a good understanding of the programming basics. Java is not as hard for me now as compared to what people who started out with Java felt. The good thing about Java is that it's portable, you'll just have to install a java virtual machine in any OS and your java program will work there.
     
  8. overcast

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    Yes Java seems to be popular in the enterprise level companies. And .Net seems to be catching up on lot of areas. I guess dot net core being cross platform. I am guessing it'd be usable for both the desktop level apps and the Mobile. Along with the gaming as well. Because there seems to be active PC gaming developer community around the world.