Some notes from The Spectrum Show

Some notes I made watching The Spectrum Show. New games: Antiquity Jones 2012 Paul Jenksinson More Tea Vicar 2012 Cronosoft Future Looter 2011 Timmy Alter Ego 2011 RetroSouls Genesis: Dawn of a new day 2010 RetroWorks Interesting old games: Glug Glug 1984 CRL Ninja Hamster 1987 CRL Worth remembering: Arcade Pac-Man emulator for ZX Spectrum Arcade game designer 2008 Chronosoft  

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Creating a BattleCity game using Phaser.IO, part 1

I was never a huge fan of JavaScript and I am no way front-end developer, but I like some ideas from that technology and now with dying Flash - it is definitely the future. So in this post series, I will be making famous Nintendo (NES) Battlecity game clone using Phaser.IO, just for fun, to see how it works. To make it I decided to use some online development environment, Github for source control and .. yes that is basically all that one will need. Setting up a development environment.…

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Calling .NET from PowerBuilder

To call .NET for PowerBuilder best option is to create Class Library in Visual Studio. Sign it. In project properties, Application, Assembly Information..., check "Make assembly COM-Visible". Sign it class library (project properties, Signing...). In project properties, Application, Assembly Information..., check "Make assembly COM-Visible". Optional, add these attributes to your class: [ComVisible(true)] [ClassInterface(ClassInterfaceType.AutoDual)] [ProgId("ClassLibrary1.Class1")] Register created DLL in command lime like: regasm /tlb "path/to/dll/file.dll" /codebase Use it from PowerBuilder like: To call some web service from this DLL you add service reference and then:

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List services problem in Windows 10 and PowerBuilder .NET 12.5

Windows 10 / PowerBuilder .NET 12.5 Trying to make web service client and list services I get an error: Windows SDK for .Net Framework 4.0 was not installed. Please install it before use this feature. Tried to install Microsoft Windows SDK for Windows 7 and .NET Framework 4 (ISO) but that did not help. So I downloaded ProcessMonitor to check what for PowerBuilder .NET is looking and cannot find.  Found that it is looking for [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Microsoft\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.1\WinSDK-NetFx40Tools-x86] and does not find it. In my registry, I had tools in v8.0A WinSDK-NetFx35Tools-X86, so I just for test…

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