📆Date created: 10/09/2015
Links and tips for browser technologies and scripting techniques/languages/frameworks/libraries to use in browser-side development.
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Persistent Browser Based Games, the players who love them, and the developers who create them.r/Kotlin »
Discussion about Kotlin, a statically typed programming language for the JVM, Android and the browser.r/OPNsenseFirewall »
2360 subscribersr/jellyfin »
Jellyfin: the Free Software Media Browserr/gameDevJobs »
Here you will only ever find job listings that offer compensation for your time and expertise.r/OpenDominion »
OpenDominion is a free and open-source clone of Dominion, an online text-based and persistent browser-based (PBBG) fantasy war game.r/mysteralegacy »
Mystera Legacy is a free to play browser MMO with 2D retro graphics. It features a completely player run world with survival, building, generated dungeons, and more. You make the rules, the possibilities are endless.r/FlutterSDK »
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