[quote=“daskizzle”]Hello Jules, I’m new to posting here, but I’ve been visiting for quite some time. I am a newbie to c++ and Juce and I have gotten stuff compiled so far, but I am having a hard time learning Juce. I have to agree with debaser in that smaller demo apps would be really helpful for us newbies. I wanted to try my hand at it myself, but I’m having a hard enough time getting everything to run ok with Dev C++, which I use because Visual C++ Express requires far too much HD space, whereas my HD is really limited at the moment.
By the way, Juce is just awesome! I’ve stuck with it for this long, even though I’m having such a tough time learning it and getting it to work with Dev C++, simply because I haven’t seen a better open source offering. wxWindows is just ugly to me and freeBASIC, though I do still use it, just isn’t as mature and robust as is Juce.
Anyway, hopefully more users will begin making available some simpler apps for us uberweenie’s to learn from.[/quote]
Hello and welcome…
Shame that you can’t find room for VCexpress - it’s really so much better than devc++ that it’s worth buying a new HD for!
I wish I had time to write the code AND write loads of examples and documentation, but sadly I don’t! Haydxn’s done a fine job of his tutorial but things change fast and he’s had no time to keep it up to date.
Is there any particular aspect of it all that you’re finding tricky? I’m sure there are a few basic concepts which, once you grasp them, make the whole thing suddenly make sense. Any bits of the API docs that don’t seem to explain sufficiently what a class is for?