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Maybe these will help: https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/1052430/?ref=app https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/1103281/?ref=app I would refrain from doing any paid development work that you would take pride in or requires a lot of effort until you're old enough to sign an enforceable contract in your jurisdiction (to make sure you get paid for the work). There can be a lot of unnecessary heartache that would be best avoided to maintain long term enthusiasm. I might make an exception if you know the clients personally and they have a close enough relationship with you (and maybe even local enough) to make payment dodging too awkward for them. There's no shortage of people wanting websites and a great dearth of people willing to follow through with payment. My opinion as a freelancer / independent contractor.
Janning⭐ Hey, but how i can work like a freelancer at this age?? Some websites?
Like I said, I don't recommend working as a freelancer at this age. 😑 If you pick up a few projects from your relatives, that might be okay (kind of like mowing the lawn, pulling weeds, babysitting, dog walking, newspaper delivering, etc.) and treat it like any other person under the age where contacts are legally binding would treat their business.
Definitely didn't see any mention of play market in prior posts, dude. Anyway, maybe this will help: https://developer.android.com/distribute/best-practices/launch/launch-checklist Last I remember, there is a registration fee, so you would need someone with an acceptable payment method to help you out. Any income that you generate will likely end up with that person, so pick someone you trust won't keep the money from you. /shrug
Janning⭐ my parents. Thank You for all of this dude, you are asweme!! 😎😎😎
Janning⭐ No dude I said that i want to make android games and put them on play market! I dont want to work like a freelancer