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Discussion in 'Plugins and Coding' started by idrias, May 15, 2016.

  1. idrias

    idrias Member

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    Hello,
    Can sombody learn me how i can coding plugins and websites and games?
    It is best if that person is Dutch. But other are osso good.
    Greets idrias
     
  2. SP3NC3RXD

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    First off, I would highly recommend learning Java first. After you master the simple basics of Java, you can then start messing around with API's.
    Learn basic html for websites to get started. After that, you can take a look at other languages like PHP, C++, etc.
     
  3. AcePjoez

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    i would recomend python xD
    (ik zou Python gebruiken)
     
  4. CattyCat

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    I wouldn't give him the link to get into it right away. He needs to learn Java first. Getting straight into coding with API's is a bad idea.
     
  6. PowerPieter

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    Go search on google/ YouTube to you answers.
     
  7. zivdnaL

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    WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOP
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    I'd recommend you try making a game using Scratch to get used to coding. :)
     
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  8. Despacito 2

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    Dotsially
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    Ehm YouTube has good tutorials....
     
  9. HangarGeek

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    Obsidian
    #YTFTW
     
  10. zivdnaL

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    WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOP
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  11. CattyCat

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    http://codecademy.org
     
  12. SP3NC3RXD

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    Then give him the link to a good tutorial.
     
  13. HangarGeek

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    some are bad as h***. Some are bugged, other don't explain....

    I can teach you @idrias :p
     
  14. SP3NC3RXD

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    There are plenty that are fine. The ones that may be bugged are the API ones like Bukkit. Pogo made an entire series on it and there has been many changes since then but the code still works great, and if some of it doesn't work, the average person should be able to find a way around it.
     
  15. OrangeGE

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    Udemy has a great Java development course. It does cost a bit of money, however it is 100% worth it for the resources and support it offers. After learning a bit about Java, you can delve into the depths of different API's and start messing around with plugins. :)
     
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  16. HangarGeek

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    oh, eh, welcome back?

    Back on-topic: @idrias you cannot start from 0% knowledge of Java to start developing Spigot/Bukkit plugins. You need to have, at least, basic knowledge.
     
  17. idrias

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    Thx evrybody but the moste off the tings that you said i alredy did it. So...
     
  18. Samuel Requena

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    Go to a JAVA academy
     
  19. pewax

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    Try Codecademy because they how a good Java course that only takes a few hours to complete :)

    P.S. I don't know if I'm allowed to link it but if I can I'll get it for you.