Tests and examples

http://jmonkeyengine-examples.blogspot.ru/
http://game-development-java.blogspot.ru/

club https://vk.com/club116183309

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Could you please provide a brief description of why you have posted these links and the actual purpose of them.

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Links to documentation in the search engines are outdated

I do not want to lose valuable information

I want to support interest in the engine
And support developers and community

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Ok… And i have absolutely no problem with that, but it does beg the question - why not help fix the current documentation instead of ‘rolling your own’?

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The documentation needs something to fix?

I make 2 games: shooter and rpg later…

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nnpa, maybe you do not know, but there’s github …

I do not understand what are their advantages in your links. Which you gave.

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If a reference itself isn’t ideal, why to spawn even-uglier-just-by-design forks of its parts? How does that help and what exactly community? To make fork less uglier than reference, just by definition you have to fix outdated/broken/whatever bad parts of it first. If this is to be done anyway, why not to do it in reference first? That would be real help to the real community, not sort of local blog “me and my JME experiments” or “my own torrented java books collection”.

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Can administration create in wiki:

Recipes?

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Recipes of what? Or from headaches, from laziness, from Hindu code. …

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I think you mean “contributions” - and they are already here:

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