Maybe a new tutorial called “Putting it all together.”
Depends what you are putting together. Instead of a tutorial, it might have to be more of a philosophical blurb about how the tools in Jme can be used to achieve what you want.
Well, iv tried all the tutorials on the site which are all vary good tutorials by them self’s, but for someone with little to no Java experience, its a little confusing trying to make just about any kind of game using Jme3.
assumption is that you know Java.
i rather prefer you to use other java tutorial webpages.
Maybe you can link me to a few good ones then?
Its a bit ad-laden but its got good content: http://www.javabeginner.com
But yeah, if you don’t know how to code java then jME is pretty much useless for you.
iv noticed, it does look vary cool tho
I’m really sorry, while studying i was using some of them, but actually i don’t remember.
no offence, but people using JME need to know Java. You have 3 options:
- Study it
- Seek webpages with tutorials(like normen said: http://www.javabeginner.com).
- Pay someone to teach you.
ok, thanks for the help guys.
Without a solid understanding of Java and programming in general jME will not get you very far I’m afraid.