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anonymous

  • one year ago

Anyone do HTML, CSS, or Javascript? I have an interesting project I'm working on if you'd like to join me!

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  1. e.mccormick
    • one year ago
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    @dumbsearch2 @Abhisar @jaynator495

  2. iamMJae
    • one year ago
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    What is the project?

  3. hba
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    Sure

  4. Projects
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    I'm down. :)

  5. anonymous
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    Sure!

  6. Jaynator495
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    Whats the project before i agree to this? :P

  7. Jaynator495
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    (i do all of the above :P)

  8. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Alright them my awesome developer people! Check out the site here that we are currently building (its a music site) http://avilance.freezoy.com I prefer you guys please contact me via Skype: live:econicraft or you can PM me your skype and I'll add you. Thank you guys for the responses, appreciate it!

  9. anonymous
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    i work on android development , java and html is a piece of cake....speaking of cake....

  10. anonymous
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    Look at my above message, I'd love for you to help out!

  11. anonymous
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    No one has contacted me yet ;(

  12. e.mccormick
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    @AndroidScientost Ummm... do you know the difference between Java and JavaScript? Cause they said JavaScript and you started talking Java.

  13. Jaynator495
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    indeed, there close brothers, but very very VERY different at the same time...

  14. anonymous
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    Are you guys still interested? I still didn't have anyone contact me haha. We can use alot of help :D

  15. e.mccormick
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    @Jaynator495 Not really that close. Java was designed by Sun Microsystems to be a completely objectified language that was cross platform compatible through the use of a virtual environment. The virtual machine would handle all the physical machine and OS specific items and the code could be transported anywhere a JVM existed. To help with the learning curve they stuck with objective c++ notation for the most part. This meant existing programmers would be able to use it easier. JavaScript was designed by Netscape and they liked the Java idea of transportability, but they wanted to do it in s script language that their browser could support. So they made one and called it LiveScript. They also liked the idea of copying c++ type language, so they did, but many modifications were needed for script differences, so it is not as close as people think by the names. They did make JS to work in tandem with Java. It had certain built in calls that were friendly to the idea of a Java server. So Java on the server and LiveScript on the client, which is probably why they later renamed it to JavaScript. Very different histories, authors, and companies involved all at a time when the web was new and all sorts of companies were trying to make standards. JS was a strong contender because the licensing was free, as opposed to developing for competing languages, and directly supported by one of the top browsers.

  16. e.mccormick
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    @CheezyGamer16 It seems you are trying to recruit developers, not learn... this is probably the wrong site for that.

  17. Jaynator495
    • one year ago
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    \(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @e.mccormick @Jaynator495 Not really that close. Java was designed by Sun Microsystems to be a completely objectified language that was cross platform compatible through the use of a virtual environment. The virtual machine would handle all the physical machine and OS specific items and the code could be transported anywhere a JVM existed. To help with the learning curve they stuck with objective c++ notation for the most part. This meant existing programmers would be able to use it easier. JavaScript was designed by Netscape and they liked the Java idea of transportability, but they wanted to do it in s script language that their browser could support. So they made one and called it LiveScript. They also liked the idea of copying c++ type language, so they did, but many modifications were needed for script differences, so it is not as close as people think by the names. They did make JS to work in tandem with Java. It had certain built in calls that were friendly to the idea of a Java server. So Java on the server and LiveScript on the client, which is probably why they later renamed it to JavaScript. Very different histories, authors, and companies involved all at a time when the web was new and all sorts of companies were trying to make standards. JS was a strong contender because the licensing was free, as opposed to developing for competing languages, and directly supported by one of the top browsers. \(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{End of Quote}}\) might I emphasis "but very VERY different at the same time"

  18. e.mccormick
    • one year ago
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    My issue is with the brothers part. They are not made by the same companies and did not even share any name simiarities at the start. More like cousins... different families but some of the parents have a relationship up the tree a bit at c++ land.

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