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Community => DragonFireSDK Spotlight => Topic started by: EricB on February 01, 2015, 01:55:29 pm

Title: Shit for sale!
Post by: EricB on February 01, 2015, 01:55:29 pm
 >:( How about starting a new discusson area on this forum called " Shit for Sale" for all the idiots to post there crap in. Then the rest of us won't have to look at it if we don't want to.  >:( Or better yet charge them for advertising and use the money to support our tech support guys!
Title: RobertKr Shit for sale!
Post by: Gus on February 01, 2015, 06:36:22 pm
why is the administrator not doing any thing to RobertKr nobody wants him.
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Title: Re: Shit for sale!
Post by: EricB on February 01, 2015, 10:24:34 pm
Asshole!
Title: RobertKr
Post by: Gus on February 02, 2015, 12:09:28 am
why is the administrator not doing any thing to RobertKr nobody wants him.
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Title: RobertKr Shit for sale!
Post by: Gus on February 02, 2015, 12:10:54 am
why is the administrator not doing any thing to RobertKr nobody wants him.
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Title: Re: Shit for sale!
Post by: Nakhash on February 10, 2015, 05:16:43 pm
I'm beginning to think that the days of DragonFireSDK are now over.... (It was a shame too)

I got my project about 90% complete with DragonFireSDK, and have since had to buy a mac and am now re-coding it in Swift/SpriteKit...

The transition to SpriteKit has been very odd at times. Graphics run much slower on SpriteKit, and I miss working with C.

Swift however is an easy language that I learned in a day. Stay away from Obj-C if your a noob. Swift is much better and is the future anyway.
Title: DFSDK better than others
Post by: Gus on February 10, 2015, 06:45:13 pm
Thats mean are you saying good bye to DFSDK?
only remember C is forever and you will have to came back
this is my experience.
good luck ;)
Title: Re: Shit for sale!
Post by: Nakhash on February 11, 2015, 01:30:13 am
Dragonfiresdk has no more support, so yes it is dying. Unless they bring back support dragonfiresdk will cease soon. I hope I'm wrong because dragonfiresdk is better than spritekit on a Mac.
Title: Re: Shit for sale!
Post by: Gus on February 11, 2015, 04:37:19 pm
hi Nakhash

maybe the support is very slow, but is very documented and easy.
Yesterday I used Build center this took about 45 minutes.
there many SDK's but the best way is in C language
don't break you brain with others codes. :o
Title: Re: Shit for sale!
Post by: EricB on February 11, 2015, 06:05:15 pm
I have mentioned to support (Tim) I would be interrested in purchasing the build center software. If more people were interrested mabey Dragonfire would consider selling it to us so we could build our own apps from C++ code. I would be worth it to me not to have to learn Obj-c.
Title: Re: Shit for sale!
Post by: Gus on February 11, 2015, 07:30:26 pm
Hi ericB
to buy build center
I think thas a good idea but the support increase yet more.
you don't need learn Objetive-C, because SDK it due for you.

(FAQ)
-Is my code converted to Objective-C?
No conversion takes place. DragonFireSDK uses Objective-C objects under the hood on the iOS side, and when you call DragonFireSDK functions from C, you are using the native iOS objects.

(FAQ) http://www.dragonfiresdk.net/wiki/index.php?title=DragonFireSDK_FAQ
 ;)
Title: Re: Shit for sale!
Post by: Nakhash on February 13, 2015, 08:17:47 pm
Hi Eric

I've been curious about that too. It would be neat to have there game library for my Mac.

So far spritekit is getting easier for me. I may just keep using the Mac instead.

Nakhash
Title: Re: Shit for sale!
Post by: Micboy on March 24, 2015, 01:09:39 pm
This would be interesting. I'd be happy to contribute to this venture.
Title: DFSDK Mac Library Release! $99
Post by: tim on April 09, 2015, 09:53:18 am
We are looking at making everyone self sufficient so they can do their own builds of DFSDK on a mac. We will give a couple of users the library so they can test with it. Please let us know if you want to try it. The library is very stable and mature now. It is clearly the easiest way to write an iPhone/iPad app - in C/C++

We need to work with a couple of Mac savvy DFSDK users who can help other users traverse building their own apps using the library on a Mac. Please email sandra@zimusoft.com if you want to become the DFSDK Mac Library "Link Master" who can become a forum moderator to help people on this topic!

FYI: Micro Center has a new Mac Mini for only $399 - do your own builds at a low cost. The DFSDK Mac Library will cost $99 and will be 50% off to current owners of DFSDK.