As you know, Apps is rolling out, so instead of monthly highlights, we'll have monthly tutorials!
And we have some epic tutorials in June!
Yes ik I'm 6 days late but pretend I'm not
Let's get started!
Staring off with web dev, want to improve your website? Well @Bookie0 made an really indepth tutorial on how to do so! This tutorial gives a bunch of tips and tricks to make your website stand out from the rest. And it only uses HTML and CSS, nothing too complicated!
Django Mango Blog
Do you know Django? It rhymes with mango. And have you ever wanted to create your own blog? Well this awesome indepth tutorial by @DillonB07 walks you through all the steps in creating one!
I would definitely recommend checking it out for all the web devs out there looking to up their skills :)
Now you might be thinking, I hate mangos, but I still like web dev with Python. Well, look no further than this beginner Flask tutorial by @ruiwenge2! It teaches you about Flask, a Python library that can aid with web dev!
Well maybe web dev isn't your thing, but you still like Python! Then making a Discord bot would be perfect for you! And luckily, both @CoolCoderSJ and @InvisibleOne made two very epic tutorials on how you can make your very own Discord bot in Python!
Well maybe discord bots isn't your thing, but you still like Python, especially making console stuff. Well luckily for you @SilvermoonCat made a great beginner tutorial with some neat tips and tricks on how you can brighten up your console text!
Moving away from Python, have you every wanted to learn Elixir? But all the tutorials out there are choppy and inconsistant? Well look no further as @aa2dee2 made an awesome 2 part series on Elixir!
If you're looking to learn an exiting new language, these tutorials would be perfect for you!
Squid System and BMP Images
Now, what if you're an ambitious low level dev, wanting to make a project in C/Assembly. Well @MocaCDeveloper created an epic tutorial for just that! It walks you through all the steps in creating your own OS!
I would diffidently recommend this to anyone that knows C/Assembly, and is willing to improve their skills!
Also, have you ever wanted to manipulate images but don't know how? Well, MocaCDev created has another series on images! And the tutorials come in two different languages!
And that's it for this month! If your tutorial didn't get featured, that's alright, just comment below for everyone to see!
Enjoy reading :)
i kinda disagree with your first statement:
"As you know, Apps is replacing Share"
this is somewhat false.
the community, to my knowledge, does not like this change one bit. as @codingjlu made a post just recently, which got 40 upvotes, and prompted amasad to roll back the apps feature. There have also been multiple petitions to change this feature.
we, or at least i, believe that if apps is rolled out in its current form, it will make, at the very least, less people spend a lot of time creating games. Why? because they want updoots, which are useless internet points but a god flex
pls edit that, cus amadsad did say he was stopping the rollout of the apps feature, at least temporarily
@plscodeinjava in it's current state, yes it could be argued that Apps is not as good a place to share your repls as Repl Talk, BUT once they get it right in terms of the trending algorithm and all the planed features, it has massive potential to be so much more than the Repl Talk share board.
@codingjlu basically what he is saying is (before apps) if you wanted to advertise your repl, you would use the
share feature in talk, kinda like what you did with your petition. He is saying that not the entire talk feature would be replaced, just the share part, as there is no need for it with apps.
There are two (main) reasons of support behind ReplTalk: Upvotes and Communication. Upvotes (and cycles in lieu) are going to be gone no matter what but they are working on improving communication in Apps. For now I side with ReplTalk albiet with a few changes however I'm open to Apps if they can actually understand how being social works.
jesus christ you're saying that 60+ of us signed that petition for nothing? :(
@plscodeinjava @FlaminHotValdez the whole point of apps is to be a better platform for sharing what you coded than repl talk. Now obviously, repl talk has been around for a while and has matured a lot over the years and apps was just recently released. For now, repl talk still is the better platform, yes. But, be patient and let apps mature with time too. It's difficult switching to something new but when you eventually get used to it, it's creators get more motivated to make it better than anything you've ever used.
Learn programming tutorial? Anyways great job everyone and super glad that tutorials finally get featured.
@HackermonDev We don't know yet. Currently, Replit paused any efforts to replace Share with Apps due to some negative feedback over Apps. Right now I think they're still sorting through all the feedback to decide what to do next.
I can go way more indepth about this, but let's keep this to monthly tutorials only :) You can DM me (if you have Discord) if you want to know more.
i gave up on learning it cause they were no tutorials and i have no need to go back cause it doesn't seem to be getting hype or popularity and so if i put that in my resume they might just spit on me...
yes pls...but i just started focusing on learning coding rather than practicing it. Lets see - today I just finished learning css and i am almost done with js... I gotta start advanced C++ soon, and start C# and Nodejs too soon. If you want to create a python or basic c++ program, I'm alright @angrydoge