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My first 2 apps with Gideros

Hi guys!

I'm glad to share my very first Gideros learning apps

It took me a while to understand how to work with:
- Translations (app supports 11 languages)
- Swipe detection
- Scene Manager
- Texture Packer & @2x/4x scaling

In my next app I learned how to work with BhPopup and DataSaver:
Magic Ball++ (I'm a big fan of Interstate 60 movie))


Since I didn't have any app development experience, it took me a while to understand how stuff works in Gideros :smile:
But I hope to become better and better with every next app :smile:
Without our extremely friendly community I don't think it would be possible for me to learn Gideros just by documentation. Many thanks to all of you guys who are here!

Now there are 2 questions :D :D
Guys if you'll have some time, can you take a look at my code? If there are some bad practices that could lead to memory leaks, lags in bigger projects? Or problems with code maintainability
7Planets Gideros project: https://drive.google.com/file/d/13QhO5ExZ_wlfCs8-G1cfkhU_s6cvtGxe/view?usp=sharing
Magic 8 Ball Gideros project: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1UN-lBogC06_eBHD_v0eYX7mF1qj5VETO/view?usp=sharing
(amount of code is very small, probably it won't take more than 5-10 minutes)
I think it would be great to reduce bad habits from the start.

(Since I'm not a native speaker) what name is grammatically correct for my next app?
It will be basically the same "Magic Ball", but it will generate jokes, with possibility to send them to Facebook friends:

I'm thinking about app names:
Magic Insulting Ball
Magic Offensive Ball
Magic Sarcastic Ball
Magic Twerp Ball
Ball of Humiliation
Sarcastic Ball of Rudeness

something else?


Likes: snooks, pie, totebo, antix

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