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What Language For Online Jigsaw Puzzles?


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#1 beaubeau

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Posted 18 March 2014 - 11:00 AM

Hi, I'm new to B*********Computer :hello:

I know nothing about software programming.

There are numerous jigsaw puzzles to play onlilne: what language was used to program them? Or might there have been several languages which could have done it?

If you were going to offer a new online jigsaw puzzle, what language would you use to create it?

How about for Windows? For Mac? For Android?

 

And finally, if you weren't a programmer and wanted to hire one to create an online jigsaw puzzle for your existing website, where would you find him/her?

 

Thanks in advance!! :thumbsup2:



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#2 groovicus

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Posted 18 March 2014 - 01:35 PM

The most common language for manipulating in-browser elements is Javascript, however a great majority of games (specifically) are also programmed in Flash, or Java, and a smattering of other languages that would just confuse the issue. A web site can be displayed on any device that has a browser, so that is not necessarily a concern when choosing a language.

 

If you already have an existing website, you may be able to find a plug in that does it for you. I don't know of one off of the top of my head, but your favorite search engine may turn up something useful. Otherwise try your local university, Craigslist, etc.



#3 Coco2014

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Posted 24 March 2014 - 06:20 AM

You can buy an automatic sofware for jigsaw puzzles. It's very easy to customize . I use it. Write on google  puzzle creator.   :thumbup2:


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