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Apologies for self advertising. I recently started this tutorial on JavaFX (a java GUI library). It would be nice to have some feedback from those with some experience with JavaFX.
It's not yet complete so it's missing a few components and layouts. (More are being added every 1-2 days).
What programming language is looking to become the "next Python" or something. I've heard of plenty of new languages, but which of them are actually going become significant, a.k.a "worth picking up as a secondary language".14
Began learning PyQt5 a few months ago and noticed the rather "lack of online resources" as compared to Tkinter (which I had learnt earlier). Infact, multiple tutorials that showed up on the first result were actually for PyQt4.
Anyways, I made my own PyQt5 tutorial over the course of this month. This is the link to the main page for the tutorial.
Still got a few things to add (like layout managers) but the main part is complete. Some feedback would be helpful! You can go head directly to a widget tutorial with this link.
Got a quick question here. If I have a program that uses the Google Maps API for it's location services, the Google Maps API becomes a dependency for my program right?
Just wondering if the term "dependency" can really be attached to any service/library/program that someone's application might require.5
First time posting here. I'm a programmer with Python as a main. Currently exploring both Java and C++, trying to move past the basics and into more advanced content.
I look forward to posting and interacting with others on this site.3