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I'm looking for a fun project to challenge myself in. What is your idea?

Hello! I'm looking for ideas for a new script to publish here on the Playground platform. Doesn't matter which level it is of the project, beginner, intermediate or advanced. It would be a fun activity between you and me and I'll log my progress for you to review it. The choice of language could be any of the languages provided here on Sololearn. I will take no credit for the idea itself only use it to create something cool. Now...What's your idea? Dr.

28th Dec 2016, 2:08 PM
Tristan McCullen
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Ah! Potential idea. :) I'll see what could come out of it and msg you through here on anything worth logging. :) 'Til then, feel free to check out my other codes so far. Dr.
28th Dec 2016, 2:48 PM
Tristan McCullen
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My idea for intermediate/advanced project in JavaScript: Puzzle game like Puzzle Quest. You have a 8x8 board of gems, and you must swap two gems to make 3 or more in a row with the same color. You have 40 turns to collect as many yellow gems as you can. And harder version: There is an AI which will grab any yellow gems or other (if yellow is not available) after your turn. And AI move works as yours, it will swap the contiguous gems. I have planned to make this project, but I've started to program a bigger application in C# in other enviroment. Feel free to start this project :)
29th Dec 2016, 9:25 AM
Jan Mróz
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calculator
30th Dec 2016, 3:40 AM
abolaji peter
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@abolaji peter "A calculator"? Could you be a tad more precise? I have a basic calculator with no frames in my codes section. Would this be of interest or did you have something else in mind? :) Thanks for a taking your time. :)
30th Dec 2016, 8:09 AM
Tristan McCullen
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something I always wanted to do for myself but I'm too lazy: a kind of tutorial web app that explores all advanced features of Html 5 linked to mobile hardware like taking pictures, getting geolocation, emailing, texting, calling, whatsapping...the more the better! the code shoud be clearly divided in sections to be like a reference to copy paste in case of need. I doubt that every feature will be compatible with the Code Playground web viewer, but being a webpage, it could be tested using firefox via an url link. the openess of the project could lead in many directions and keep you busy for a while. ; ) Regards
28th Dec 2016, 2:26 PM
seamiki
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the single blocks of functionality could be used by beginners to create fuctional and interactive mobile web apps. it would be a "soft" entrance for beginners who want to develop for their mobile without being overwhelmed immediately by the various sdk available. I talk by experience. My android Sdk saw my hello World and nothing more until I got to the limitations of app inventor.
28th Dec 2016, 3:00 PM
seamiki
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