How to use JavaScript JDK?

  • Is there any book or tutorial that shows us how to make a plugin or behavior for C2? like I want to make a Magnet behavior from line-sight behavior and few events from it to create it, and plus I want to make it two types: North Pole and South Pole to either repel or attract. I don't have a clue. BTW I have basic knowledge on Javascript.

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  • There are some resources around; but the best place to start learning how to use SDK is to read the sources (runtime.js) directly; You'll learn how to read source code, you'll learn how are things done in SDK, and you'll learn a lot of javascript along the way.

    You could start with how the line-sight behavior is implemented, and than continue from there!

    Also, check out the SDK template, you'll se that some of the basic stuff is implemented so you can get a good start...

  • There are some resources around; but the best place to start learning how to use SDK is to read the sources (runtime.js) directly; You'll learn how to read source code, you'll learn how are things done in SDK, and you'll learn a lot of javascript along the way.

    You could start with how the line-sight behavior is implemented, and than continue from there!

    Also, check out the SDK template, you'll se that some of the basic stuff is implemented so you can get a good start...

    Thanks for the info I will try them, and I want to ask you if you are a programmer, is Java near to javascript?

  • is Java near to javascript?

    Have you read the SDK overview ever? You should read the whole manual too, if you're serious about the writing plugins...

  • JohnnySheffield is more than likely referring to the following paragraph from the SDK docs:

    [quote:3esow3my]Javascript is not Java! Java is an application programming language developed by Sun (which, confusingly, can also run in browsers via a plugin). Javascript is the native programming language for web pages in browsers. Make sure you're clear on the difference.

  • zenox98

    Yes, i did! I just did not want to simply c/p it, not because i'm lazy or mean, i just believe when somebody is learning it's valuable to let a 'student' discover stuff on his own; just give him push in the right direction...

    The whole java/javascript story is interesting in it's historical contest. There's a lot of interesting details on javascript wiki page. Also, the web is full of articles on the topic. A simple google search results in a wealth of resources!

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