In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to set up JWildfire in the NetBeans IDE so you can edit the software in one of the best Java IDEs available. This will allow you to make custom variations of your own without having to use the custom_wf variation.
Table of Contents
- Engine Analysis
III) The Real Details
IV) How Transforms Work
- Tips and Tricks
- Using Xaos
- Flame vs. Fractal
- Final Remarks
Web + bling = cool, right? If only you could design bling for the web… oh wait! Yes you can! But I’ll get to that in a sec.
Yes, I mean everyone (well, okay, I’ll simplify it). The topic of copyrights is popular these days because of the ensuing mess, so I thought I’d address it. I’ve had similar posts in the past (but related specifically to software) (Part 1, Part 2), but in this article, I’d like to talk about everyone’s view.
If someone has made a product that is freely available to you and will work better than any tool you plan on building, then go get that product and learn how to use it. Save yourself the time of reconstructing everything again – it’s usually not worth the hassle.
Table of Contents
- Synthesis of Webber’s blog post
- Reason’s FOSS games aren’t completed
- How FOSS games should be created
You can mess up, but the beautiful thing is: if the browser doesn’t know what you’re asking for, it ignores it. No crashing!
Recently, I’ve been working on web pages. That’s something I’ve never done before, at least not the correct way. I used to think I had to layout a website with tables. I had no idea xml format was so easy. I was missing out on the power and simplicity of the web. All those cool websites you see? Yes, you can do them to.
Because Minecraft is the perfect place for many Lego fans…