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  1. Hello! According to my experience, The portfolio of a Java spring framework developer who is looking to work as a freelancer should be neat and detailed. The portfolio should not be made up of too many projects that the freelancer has previously worked on, but it should have enough material to demonstrate the skills and experience that he or she can bring to the table. Here are some things that you might include in your portfolio: - A personal website - Professional blog posts - Online portfolios - GitHub projects - Tutorials on how to use certain platforms or tools - Code samples If you have any points please feel free to comment below!
  2. Hello guys, I'm Hipreme(aka MrcSnm). I have some experience developping some games, and over the time I developed these games I found some need of having a tool that would generate enum for acessing my resources via intellisense. This tools is Licensed on LGPL 3 In every game I developed, at some time, I wrote some code for storing in variables the path for my resources or some easier access. By thinking in this problem, I created one tool that is meant to help every game developer in any language by dynamically updating these resource enumerators when you drag'n drop in your folder a new resource. This tool is very customizable for your needs by accessing its generated file 'settings.config', it is a jar executable that will create one system tray icon on your notification area(already tested on Windows, but I think that it should work on Unix like systems). I already was able to make enums for Javascript, JSON, C++, C, Java and the default one C#. Everything just by tweaking the configs. In this tool you will set an Input path, then the executable will start to listen to this input path. After that, you can set one output path for where the generated file will be created. Every time you save the config file, or drag'n drop some file in a folder that is being listened, it will update the enum generated. That's all folks, hope this tools can help in your development. Access for this tool: https://github.com/MrcSnm/ResourceEnumGenerator
  3. Hi there, I like to introduce "Grain Defense" a HTML5 based tower defense game developed with Google GWT and a Vaadin Svg library. Play in browser: http://graindefense.trundicho.de Android App Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.trundicho.graindefense I'm a developer. I was evaluating the google GWT 2.7 framework to see if it's worth to be used in browser business applications. Therefore I programmed my first game "Grain Defense". It's done in very little time. I'm not a designer so the graphics are quite easy. Because I love tower defense games I choose to code a tower defense game The game is coded in Java. GWT transforms the java code to HTML5 and javascript. So the output can be played in every browser and even with a wrapping app (about 10 lines of written code) that starts a browser on your phone you can play it on every android device. For simplicity I used a Vaadin library that supports a simplified interface for SVG graphics. So almost everything you see in the game is based on svg. Please feel free to play the game and to give feedback or ask questions about this technical approach. Greetings Trundicho
  4. Hello, which framework is better ? For learn and start ? For me java is better to understand as javascript, because java is object oriented but JS not much. On the other hand phaser is easy to learn than libgdx. Which framework are you recommend ?
  5. As an FYI 2.3 .d.ts file is now available at DefinitelyTyped https://github.com/DefinitelyTyped/DefinitelyTyped/tree/master/babylonjs And for all the smart and intelligent programmers, in other words all the Java programmers , the Babylonjs 2.3 Java libraries are available at www.jsweet.org http://www.jsweet.org/candies-snapshots/ Javadocs here https://jsweet.org/apidocs/snapshots/org/jsweet/candies/babylonjs--babylon/2.3.0-SNAPSHOT/
  6. So recently JSweet created the BabylonJS Java library http://www.jsweet.org/candies-snapshots/ I took that and coded a small BabylonJS project in Java. See code and resources at https://github.com/ssatguru/Vishva See demo at: http://ssatguru.appspot.com/BabylonJS-Vishva/intro.html Use WASD keys to move avatar, shift+W to run, click and drag mouse to look around, mouse wheel to zoom in out and click button "Vincent" / "Joan" to switch avatar between male/female. With Java this is becoming fun
  7. Is it possible to develop in Java but compile it to javascript with pixi js? Say i develop in Java and bind it so that when I compile it compiles to javascript with pixi js, in a way I want. How to do it?
  8. To strengthen our team and in order to further develop our gaming portfolio we are currently seeking a Java Server Developer for our 3D games sector. Your responsibilities Programming of a backoffice system for our 3D area Programming and advancement of online games for the 3D area (server) Extentions in the existing framework Close collaboration and cooperation with the departments involved (DB, client development, frontend development, management) Your profile Experience with Java SE, especially multithreaded programming and server based technologies (Servlets, …) (min. 3 years) Experience with database programming, database design and optimization of queries (min. 2 years) Experience with the integration of web/frontend frameworks (e.g.: jQuery, Bootstrap,…) Very good command of both spoken and written English Selfdependent and precise work style Goal- and solution oriented behavior within the team and with other departments Experience with agile development Our offer Challenging tasks within an innovative and fast growing company Personal development opportunities due to the company’s sustained growth A welcoming working environment in a young and creative team located at the office in the heart of Vienna Refund of additional travel costs for an interview and support with any necessary relocation For applicants with 3 years of experience we offer a minimum gross salary of € 42.000,- per year; beyond that your salary depends on your professional experience and qualification Interested? If you are interested in this position and your qualifications meet our requirements, please send your application including CV to: [email protected] Please enter “Java Server Developer in the subject line. We are looking forward to your application!
  9. html5 uses java for most of the functions. What if the pc/mac is not running any Java? Will it still work with needing any Java? Also is there any way to integrate flash on the web page itself without needing to install that on the client machine?
  10. Hey guys! I've already posted about my game, Rage Mage, but I have made a few big updates since last time, like adding a new quest, and more. Rage Mage is a 2D RPG game where you go on quests given to you, and you eventually become a mage. Becoming a mage gives you more attacks and special abilities. You then continue to go on quests, travel and more. I'm currently making a development series of Rage Mage on my YouTube channel, which you can watch here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL9I3aLx-j6EAnjiTRUH9vMdtGgrSMzfZ9&feature=mh_lolz Here's a download link to the current build of the game: https://www.dropbox.com/s/9dc8mndkibzpgig/ragemage.jar I'd appreciate some feedback on this, because I've put a lot of work into Rage Mage so far. Thanks!
  11. Hey, Guys! I am currently developing a game in Java, titled 'Rage Mage'. I've been working on it for a while now, and am making a development series of it on YouTube. Watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL9I3aLx-j6EAnjiTRUH9vMdtGgrSMzfZ9&feature=mh_lolz In Rage Mage, you start in a village, and are given quests by people living in the village. After a little while of playing, you become a Mage, and you get stronger, and unlock new attacks. You then continue going on quests, and I'm probably going to add some other things to do. I don't currently have a download link for the current build of the game, so I can't provide one, sorry. It would mean a lot if you guys checked it out, and gave me some ( constructive, please ) feedback on it, I love hearing replies that help me improve. Thanks! Blizzard Muffin
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