If you’ve answered “Yes” to the 3 questions above you’re in the right place!
Let me know what you’re looking to create and I’ll see if I can get you started in the right direction.
I’ve made many different types of extensions however, I’m not an expert, I’m an amateur at best. I have a fulltime job, a wife and kids so I don’t have a ton of hours to invest but I’d like to help if I can.
Note: I don’t do Ad or Payment Extensions or anything else that looks sketchy and I’m not going to make it for you.
That is a great idea @Ken. Maybe you and the other developer can show how the process goes when you develop an extension. How you go from for instance a (small) library that is available to a ready extension.
I don’t know if this is available somewhere, but it will also be really helpful to make a post, like in those famous books “For Dummies” (for people like me ) a very comprehensive list of the things the user will need to install or get, how to get your environment ready to create and edit extensions, I mean everything step by step. The structure of the code, like where and how do you create the blocks, types of blocks, etc. without assuming any previous knowledge of the user or that they have that or this already installed. 100% from scratch.
I can help by answering specific questions about specific ideas/issues that I have faced and overcome.
I have more than 20 years of hobbyist programming experience and have made more than 50 extensions in the past 2 years.
I am looking to help out someone who has already made an extension and has an idea for an extension but doesn’t know where to start or someone who is currently working on their next extension and is stuck and needs a little guidance.
Here’s a suggestion for a probably pretty simple extension. When it comes to counting up or counting down (every second), it is about displaying the respective run times in the correct time format:
hh:mm:ss (00:00:00). Here is an aia that shows what it’s about: countUpDown_timeFormat.aia (7.4 KB)
Of course, no extension is needed for this, but this would make coding in Kodular (AI2, etc.) easier, and maybe someone can learn from it to create extensions that use date / time formats in the right way.