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Comments in 'Plugin Development' started by MinerDaDJ, May 31, 2014.

  1. MinerDaDJ
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    I want to learn how to code, and I have no experience at all. I know I need to learn PHP first, but where do I start? I want to stop having to bug people for plugin requests, and be able to help those requesting plugins. How long should it take for me to learn how to create simple plugins? Where did you great developers learn and how long did it take you? Thanks for anyone who helps, hope I can learn soon and join the community of developers!
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    DA_Swagnemite Notable Member Plugin Developer

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    Most people learn PHP at (i think this is the URL if not let me know and ill fix it) http://codecademy.com/tracks/php but I personally started by looking at the source code of other plugins to find out what did what and how
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    Thanks! I'll look into it! :D
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    DA_Swagnemite Notable Member Plugin Developer

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    No problem! Good luck with what is to come in the world of coding. :)
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    Hint: learning ModPE scripts first is my way to learn coding. JavaScript is the simplest form of this kind of object-oriented coding.
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