Boston Code Camp 18 Approaches! – October 20, 2012

Boston Code Camp, formerly New England Code Camp, a community-driven day for hundreds of developers, returns for its 18th event, this time in its new home in Cambridge, MA! Attendee registration is open (and free!) and the Call for Speakers is open as well (more below).    Boston Code Camp 18     Saturday, October 20,…

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Office Hours for Boston Area Windows 8 App Developers

Are you working on a Windows 8 app or game, or want to get started but have some questions? Drop by to chat/code/test with us at our new One Cambridge Center offices where we’ll have open time to answer your questions and discuss your apps. We’ll be there each Wednesday starting tomorrow, 9/26, and for…

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Introduction to JavaScript Animation and Windows 8 Games

Unless you’re aiming for the next great text-only game, chances are something’s going to move in your game. From ships and planets to fireballs and monsters, what are some ways to get them going? JavaScript-based games in Windows 8 can take advantage of many different options.  Here are some of them: Animate DOM elements with…

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JavaScript Physics Engines and Windows 8 Games

Driven by opportunity and visions of success in the Windows Store, you set to work, turning your gaming idea into code. “It Was My Understanding There’d Be No Math” Maybe you wanted to move something across the screen.  Maybe check if it hit a target.  Oh, and there’s wind, and friction, and maybe things should…

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Using CreateJS in your JavaScript-Based Windows 8 Game

So, you’re making a Windows Store game using JavaScript and HTML5?  Excellent! The good news is many others have created games with web-based technologies and, with many common features that games need, some great libraries have emerged to make things easier. CreateJS is a set of JavaScript libraries and tools for games and other kinds…

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