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Omicron last won the day on December 7 2019

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    Guide: Client Downloads

    You can look have a rough estimate of what mac version equals the windows version. By going to the the more patches page and viewing the source, you should see a Javascript file called "co_patch_1.js" (http://img1.91huo.com/download91/uploads/js/co_patch_1.js). They have been using this exact file for years for their table of patches content. Inside the contents of that Javascript file, look at the windows version you want to target. Around the same period of that windows patch, they should be a mac patch as well. That should be the mac version which equals the windows version. If you want to find the executable, just look at the contents of the mac patch. If it isn't there, just decrease the patch number and go patch by patch until you get one with the executable.
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    UI Framework Discussion for Map Editor

    @Spirited Webpack's main purpose is to compile. What you have is the additional plugins (not really called plugins but fits the purpose here) that allow you to run things like 'hot-reload' which automatically pick up changes you make in your js(x) or (s)css files. This is meant for just development purposes. Once you are done developing and ready to release, you let webpack create a production built where you don't have a lot of development plugins. What you end up with is a minified javascript file and minified css file or possibly multiple with chunks (only load what you need). TLDR: If you want to check the 'real' performance of your application which consists of webpack, you just have to run a production built to see.
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    C# Server Application with Win32

    What also really helps is indexing your data in your tables. Also in code, try not to use things like ToList() or ToDictionary()
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    UI Framework Discussion for Map Editor

    WPF on core 3 is currently still Windows only though. I believe they are working on making it cross platform but aren't there yet.
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    UI Framework Discussion for Map Editor

    This is very far fetched..... You can use https://github.com/chromiumembedded/cef and combine it together with QT? Use CEF for your web interface and communicate with your QT application that renders the visual editor
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    UI Framework Discussion for Map Editor

    Even for 2D those libraries should be fine. You can use html canvas and draw on it, disadvantage of this, is that it uses your CPU. Those libraries make use of WebGL thus your GPU.
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    UI Framework Discussion for Map Editor

    It is quite do-able in web to be fair, but you would have to be able to convert TQ's 3D models into proper 3D models. Once you can overcome this hurdle there are libraries like: https://www.babylonjs.com/ and https://threejs.org/ which can do the heavy lifting for you.
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    Hello world

    Wao.... Another one.... PS. Welcome
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    Projekt Analytix (Discord Bot)

    Nice! At one point I was making my own bot which would listen to voice command in the voice channels. I never got around to finish it, you could possibly see this as a suggestion/challenge for it Microsoft offers 5 hours a month of speech to text for free. My idea was to retrieve the data from the voice channel, send it to Microsoft, receive the actual text back and apply the command.
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    WPF Basics (Streamed Lesson)

    Small suggestion, lower the volume of the music a little bit more. Sometimes the music gets louder and it can get annoying to focus on your voice. But nice tutorial, btw
  11. Welp... https://thenextweb.com/dd/2019/01/05/github-now-gives-free-users-unlimited-private-repositories/
  12. Regarding CI, Github is also working on their so called Actions platform. Currently in beta but a preview of how it looks: https://github.com/features/actions
  13. I am still using Github for my projects as I still have Github student. Once it runs out I will most likely host my private projects on Gitlab and my public projects on Github. Github is simply known for its open-source projects.
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    API using .NET Core

    I have been working on an API which I will be using for: I got the base working and wanted to share it. The API is made in .NET Core 2.1 using Pomelo Entity Framework and FluentValidation The project can be found on my Github: https://github.com/Sedatb23/EpochApi
  15. What I have noticed that if you want to properly implement microservices, you shouldn't do it with a small project as it only adds complexity. Talking about complexity, I believe the biggest complexity is the communication between services.

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