RogueSharp 1.2 Released – Portable Class Library

RogueSharp Version 1.2

Version 1.2 of RogueSharp was just released. It is now a Portable Class Library. Thank you to Mattias Cibien for having the idea and doing the work for this release.

Portable Class Library

Portable Class Library

Targeting:

  • .NET Framework 4
  • Silverlight 5
  • Windows 8
  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone Silverlight 8
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4 thoughts on “RogueSharp 1.2 Released – Portable Class Library

  1. riley737

    Hey Faron, I am loving these tutorials. I am having some difficulties, however. Starting out, they were quite simple to follow. But once we got into some of the more detailed topics (cameras and pathfinding in particular) I am having a lot of difficulty understanding the code. I think this has to do mostly with my inexperience with object-oriented programming and algorithms. Do you have any suggested learning strategies to help with this? Do you think it would help to start with a more basic tutorial and work my way up?

    Thanks!

    Reply
    1. Faron Bracy Post author

      Hi Riley,
      I’m glad that you are enjoying the tutorials but I’m sorry to hear that some of the later ones are difficult to understand. I’m sure a lot of that is my fault. If you want to learn more about programming and C# in particular I would recommend the books Head First C# for beginning and C# 5.0 in a Nutshell for a really good reference and more advanced stuff. Also Pluralsight Online – http://www.pluralsight.com/ has a bunch of video tutorials for learning to program in several different languages including C#. Coursera.org also has a bunch of free college level programming courses that are interesting. Many of them are in Java but it is very similar to C#. I hope this helps and that you keep with it and have fun learning.
      –Faron

      Reply

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