TUG Modding & Lua Programming Tutorials

MinalienMinalien REGISTERED Posts: 4
edited September 2014 in Code
Just thought I'd let everybody know, I've started a set of tutorials that are running in parallel - one covering Lua programming, the other covering TUG modding. Last night, I finished the first three tutorials in the TUG Modding portion, covering setting up an editing environment (using GitHub's Atom editor), creating the Game Object's definition file and creating the script behind the object (unfortunately, the Lua tutorials aren't quite as far along. But they'll be coming along soon!)

You can view the tutorials on my GitHub page here: https://github.com/Minalien/TUGTutorials

A preview video of the first mod created can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d24aU0yl9kc&feature=youtu.be

I'm always interested in hearing feedback, questions, suggestions, etc! Feel free to post here, poke me on the TUG IRC channels (I'm usually on as Cassy or Minalien), Twitter, or create an issue on the tutorials' GitHub repository! ^_^
- Cassandra
Game Programmer

Comments

  • CogCog REGISTERED Posts: 110 Seed
    Thank you so much for posting this! It's very useful! :D

    Off Topic:
    I knew I have seen the name "Minalien" before, and then it hit me!
    I have worked quite a bit with Minecraft mods myself, not the coding part, but updating, managing and checking compatibility between them, I work as a Modpack Specialist for ChunkyHosting LLC, you see :P

    Well, I have seen what your mods can do, and I know for sure that you will become a known modder in the TUG community, especially with the talent you have!

    Have a very nice day!
  • edgorhamedgorham REGISTERED Posts: 4 Podling
    your links are broke
    20.jpg
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