After BEC, the rcon tool everyone has grown to depend on was discontinued, I decided to try and write a replacement for it. After a week of messing around with MBCon was created.
This is something I whipped in an evening, just wanted to know if you could get internet radio streaming in ARMA.
I have been working on a dropin replacement so Epoch can use another db engine, had it working with MySQL + Sqlite.
This is a small tool to make it easy to backup and restore individual Redis DB’s
Hey, so like me you want the ability to do more with ARMA but C++ is not one of your favorite languages, here is a small tutorial on how to write a working ARMA DLL completely in C# (and other .NET languages I presume), no need for C++/CLR or ARMA2NET.
So the first part of the system I wrote was the GUI for interacting with NPCs. I wanted something the players would be able to use easily. This is what I came up with.
With lack of a simple editor in ARMA 3 to add map content and needing to start creating new stuff in ARMA 3, I decided to make a 3D Editor to make it easier to aid in map content editing.
In July 2014, the maker of a well know launcher for the ARMA 2 mod, DayZ, failed to update his launcher in the wake of GameSpy (server listing service) shutting down and the ARMA developers moved to Steam for server listings.
These days I’m finding that there are a lot of people ‘writing’ PHP. The problem is quite a lot of these people think they’re qualify as a developer after producing a couple of simple sites.
So I’m going to give some advice on things you can do to improve your skills.