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3D Game Programming for Kids: Create Interactive Worlds with JavaScript
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3D Game Programming for Kids: Create Interactive Worlds with JavaScript [Format Kindle]

Chris Strom

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You know what's even better than playing games? Creating your own. Even if you're an absolute beginner, this book will teach you how to make your own online games with interactive examples. You'll learn programming using nothing more than a browser, and see cool, 3D results as you type. You'll learn real-world programming skills in a real programming language: JavaScript, the language of the web. You'll be amazed at what you can do as you build interactive worlds and fun games.

You'll jump right in and write games and simulations while learning programming fundamentals. You'll use the ICE Code Editor, which was created especially for this book to make it easy for you to get started with JavaScript programming. With the ICE Editor, you'll see the results of your work right away. Want a red donut? You can make hundreds of them, spinning around like crazy right next to the code you just typed.

You'll do hands-on coding in every chapter. You'll start by building simple animated shapes, then make your own player--who can do cartwheels! You'll learn how to build your own games from start to finish, including a monster eating fruit, a cave puzzle, and rafting on a river. You'll animate simple shapes to create a model of the solar system, and make your own website so that you can show off your games with your friends. If you just want to make games, jump to the lessons focusing on projects. To understand some of the theory better or if you need some help with functions, turn to the chapters that explain the programming concepts. We'll walk you carefully through all the math needed to bring games to life.

Best of all, you get to create awesome games and say, "I made this!"

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Engaging flow and comprehensive scope. 29 octobre 2013
Par David Stanton - Publié sur
Chris has excellent pacing throughout that makes the material fun and approacable to a solo teenager or a younger child with the assist of a parent. Personally, I took the coaching route with my 7yo daughter. She loved this book and spent weeks drawing all of the sprite images she wanted to use in her own games.

There are some great early wins and lots of incremental "a ha" moments. The choice to code in ICE was great intend of going Chrome console, etc. just for the sake that the reader gets an instantaneous win and encouragement.

It's great that you can skip over the theory sections to just have more fun with the projects, then go back. I foresee a lot of kids rewriting the same projects for repetition and then going into the theory sections weeks or months later.

This is the first book I felt really understands how kids enjoy learning code: not for code sake but to have fun and solve interesting puzzles. I know I learned to code by treating the code itself as a game.

I can't wait to see how my daughter progresses through this full book. I also intend to recommend it to the computer class at her school.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fun introduction to Javascript - gets kids off to a quick start 1 janvier 2014
Par Buck Hodges - Publié sur
I really like how quickly this book gets kids doing something interesting. In the first chapter, kids learn to draw shapes, and it's easy for them to experiment with the shapes and see what the parameters do (bigger, smaller, move, smoother/more chunky, etc.). My son is 14, and is enjoying it.

The programming environment is really nice. The editor runs in Chrome, and the drawing appears "underneath" the editor with the code automatically being reloaded and run after each change. The result is that there is no save button, no upload, no hitting refresh, etc. It's also a forgiving environment. Knowing that kids will forget to add semicolons at the ends of statements, it handles it gracefully and runs the code anyway. To aid in learning, it doesn't fix it for the student but instead adds an "i" in the left gutter that will point out the missing semicolon when someone clicks on it.

The other thing I really like about this is that the code is actual Javascript, so everything he's learning will help him write real apps later.

We are just getting going, having gone through chapters 1 and 2. The lessons have moved at a good pace.

So far it's been great. Highly recommended.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Loved it 25 mai 2014
Par a reader - Publié sur
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I am an eleven year old and I loved this book. I have had a lot of experience in other programs like scratch, but nothing like Javascript. I was able to read this book on my own, and I found it very interesting. One tip. when you learn how to make something look round, do not go over 100 or it will frieze that website and you will not be able to do anything about it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent book for training 15 janvier 2014
Par Mark Dunn - Publié sur
I am really impressed with this book. The structure is well thought out, the writing is clear and the illustrations are excellent. As a professional technical trainer, I'm used to teaching adults how to program business applications. I'm going to use this book for a summer program at a local university for kids. It's exciting material and I know the kids will have a great time.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fantastic. 3 janvier 2014
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Our kids have loved trying some of these. Their programmer-father bought it for them and has been helping them go through it. The progress is quick and helps them to feel like they are actually creating something right from the start.
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