nfoTools tools are designed for use in composition of larger software projects for information-processing applications (and games of course). nfoTools can apply anywhere in the complete learning-and-improvement lifecycle of software projects.
nfoTools are developed and demonstrated using small mini-projects carried out in the GitHub repository and documented here on the project website, typically under nfoTools dev.
nfoTools Games are employed in many demonstrations; the play of games and gaming have an exalted place here.
nfoTools Toolcraft provides on-ramps for beginners who seek to understand more about programming and the tacit understanding that experienced software developers rely upon. There are guard rails for crawling first, then walking, then running and leaping all you want.
Progressive discloser is used. Skip through details already known. Review the basics when useful. Follow links to more advanced cases.
Emphasis is on development of software for Microsoft Windows and using Microsoft Windows PC desktop tools as instruments of such efforts. Only freely-available tools are required in addition to a Windows PC or laptop. The working language is English.
The nfoTools web is organized in topical sections.
|Games and gaming, a major theme
|Essays and Discussion on General Topics
|Covering General IT Fluency applicable for nfoTools
|Toolcraft for Using and Developing with nfoTools
|nfoTools Web Construction Materials
I invite discussion about nfoTools topics in the Discussion section. Improvements and removal of defects in this particular documentation can be reported and addressed in the Issues section. There are also relevant projects from time to time.
|You are navigating the nfoTools Project on Github
created 2021-02-07 by orcmid