Author Topic: [team project] English translation of German jPCT-AE tutorials  (Read 1773 times)

Offline kbjansen

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Hi there,

as part of a study project I've created a bundle of tutorials on how to getting started with jPCT-AE.
All I did was studying and structuring the compact jPCT-AE basic knowledge of this forum to put that in
a collection.

This collection includes the following topics:
- Setting up the IDE
- jPCT-HelloWorld
- Terrain Generation (Random, HeightMap, Object3D-Serializing)
- Skybox
- Loading and texturing 3DS objects
- Creating your own GUI
- Integrating physics engine jBullet

download and original German thread


In the near future, there is also planned an English version
(short wiki entries would be nice).
However, I don't have the time to do this alone.
I would appreciate it, if you could help me.

Even a translation of small parts of this tutorial collection would be helpful.
A small team project would be nice.


Otherwise, have fun and success with the german version

stay tuned
Jansen

Offline zandric

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Re: [team project] English translation of German jPCT-AE tutorials
« Reply #1 on: April 15, 2012, 11:21:32 pm »
Excellent work! There's lots of useful info here that should be up on the wiki. I am working on a translated(English) version using several online tools. I'll upload it to dropbox and post. These will and should become wiki articles in the near future. ;)

UPDATE: Translation is mostly complete. I'm working on formatting and getting the images back in. But I think it would be better to simply let you do the translation for the pdf and I will incorporate these into wikis.
« Last Edit: April 16, 2012, 08:28:34 am by zandric »

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Re: [team project] English translation of German jPCT-AE tutorials
« Reply #2 on: May 04, 2012, 02:36:29 pm »
First of all, sorry for the very late reply! :-\ Too much work on the desk.

But I'm happy that you like the tutorial bundle!
I'm totally impressed that you made this translation alone, thanks!

So what do you need exactly to complete your work?

Edit:
If you want to give me the materials then i could merge them in a pdf.
I can also give you pics, sourcecode or snippets separately (or what else you need ).




« Last Edit: May 04, 2012, 04:31:50 pm by kbjansen »