What tutorials would you like to see next?

+120 Bucky Roberts · June 2, 2014
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+3 ahmedtarek mahmoud · December 14, 2014
android application development please 
+2 Muamet Shasivari · December 14, 2014
Bucky..I would like to have two tutorials but made by you.
The first one is WINDOWS PHONE DEV for the beginners
and the other one is Creating MOBILE APP for beginners but to be included everything from A-Z,like;

Design,local database,synchronized hosted database if that is correct name or better said
to have client and server side scripting.
+2 Ricardo Gullo · December 14, 2014
3D Unity Tutorials , and Advanced 2D Unity for new tuts.
+2 Simon Haines · December 15, 2014
I'd like some tutorials on Apples new programming language; Swift.

And maybe some videos in user interface design(because it's such an important part of making any kind of technology).
+1 Rehman . · December 15, 2014
JSON would be next i would like to know.
+1 Predrag Kostic · December 16, 2014
JSON isn't worthwhile a tutorial series, you simply need to learn JavaScript to understand JSON.

If you know JavaScript already read this and you'll understand JSON immediately: http://www.copterlabs.com/blog/json-what-it-is-how-it-works-how-to-use-it/
+1 Rehman . · December 16, 2014
thanks for the reply, i was searching on another thing about VIEWING the Slides on Web browsers, do we have any API to do that ? or in any solution you might help ? thanks for your concern 
0 Predrag Kostic · December 17, 2014
I don't understand quite well what you're trying to say, if you're talking about Web-based slide-shows read up on this:


There are libraries you can use to make them easily with HTML, CSS & JS. Some alternate solutions are making them on specialized sites.

I'm not sure about opening slide-shows with a web browser.

"When you view a Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) document in a Web browser and click a hyperlink that references a PowerPoint presentation, the presentation opens in slide show mode in the browser window."

Quoting Microsoft there.
0 Ricky singh · December 17, 2014
crop profile picture like how you have done it on your site
+1 Jordan Dimitrov · December 17, 2014
After the Android Studio app tutorials make Android game programming tutorials.

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