Game Developers: Some general questions about high scores, achievements, multi player support and in game ads.

by Jason Proctor » Thu, 18 Mar 2010 05:05:52 GMT


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 i'm in complete agreement. Rails has a lot of good ideas and is very 
quick to get started, but Ruby is a disaster of a language IMHO.


the Groovy/Grails thing almost gets there, but then they had to go 
and make a new Ruby-like language, sigh.


however, if you adopt RESTful URLs and JSON, then that effectively 
isolates your server technology, allowing you to switch from a 
prototype environment to a production one without any change to the 
clients.




Hi all, Robert, I think we spoke on another thread a while back.. forget now. I am a JEE guy, tried RoR, couldn't stand the language syntax and how slow, for most things it was. I know I know.. RoR is often cited by java developers as being much faster to build apps with, etc. I just don't find it to be true, for me. The language reminds me too much of perl and I never liked that. Java, C, OO Pascal, even Basic, just seems to make more sense as a language structurally. I've also tried OBjective-C and find it to be much harder to work with than C/C++. I don't know why.. I just can't remember all the little nuances of the language, like the hyphen on lines, etc. On Wed, Mar 17, 2010 at 11:33 AM, Justin Giles And an off topic question.. I see more and more people talking about getting a free phone from google? Is there some place you sign up to get this? I'd love to get a Nexus One to test on... sounds like some people are getting just that.. a free phone to test on? Please see the following thread: <



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1. Android manifest no longer can be found on any of my packages

Forum-

I have been using my Eclipse Dev enviornment for about 18 months no
issues.  Then I tried importing a working package into my
environment.  After this ALL of my packages reported errors about not
being able to find resources, specifically the native library
containing ANDROID_FRAMEWORKS

Couldn't figure it out.  So I did a clean install.
-New Eclipse (helios for mac)
-new SDK
-new ADT
-new "{*filter*}"  workspace

Followed Google's documentaton regarding order of installation.

Then I restarted my machine.

Created a new android "hello world" package.

Upon creation of package I get the following message.

eclipse.buildId=M20110210-1200
java.version=1.6.0_22
java.vendor=Apple Inc.
BootLoader constants: OS=macosx, ARCH=x86_64, WS=cocoa, NL=en_US
Framework arguments:  -product org.eclipse.epp.package.java.product -
keyring /Users/bejones/.eclipse_keyring -showlocation
Command-line arguments:  -os macosx -ws cocoa -arch x86_64 -product
org.eclipse.epp.package.java.product -keyring /Users/
xxxx/.eclipse_keyring -showlocation

Error
Tue Mar 08 13:20:33 EST 2011
Unable to read /Developer_Android/Android-sdk/AndroidManifest.xml:
java.io.FileNotFoundException: /Developer_Android/Android-sdk/
AndroidManifest.xml (No such file or directory)

Which sets of a cascade of various error messages due to this missing
resource.

I have tried Stackoverflow and a bunch of different forums regarding
this error, This being a clean install and a new project ( as opposed
to an import) I am at a loss.

Cheers,

Brian





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