Monthly repls - July 2020
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TheDrone7 (1328)

Hello again replers, we've reached another checkpoint and so, it's time for MONTHLY REPLS! And for those who do not know what these are, these are the repl talk posts that were made in the past 1 month and are really interesting and worth checking out. This month was full of such posts.

So, without further ado, here they are!


Starting with @Wuru's tutorial on How a CPU works which explains the concepts in a nice and brief manner.

Next up, we have @DynamicSquid's Shooter game. Although it's not much graphically, it was still fun.

@hibbittsdesign created a rather amazing Documentation template for beginners to write documentation for their libraries and APIs.

@Coder100 wrote a tutorial on emmet along with creating Maskify which allows you to add different types of masks on pictures (and is much customizable too)!

@potatojs has made 3 amazing programs as listed below:

A very simple paint program that allows you to record what you're doing so you can make it repeat

A rather fun and interesting platformer game

A Pixel art creator/editor where all pixels are 3D!!

@johndo3 used Google's API to put together a search engine of their own.

@Andi_Chin Simulated how different types of diseases spread under different conditions.

@Funkus created Procedural Map generator (in which they plan to add more interesting stuff according to their posts).

@KalleSjoholm1 coded a maze Solver that shows the whole checking process along with solving the maze.

@piemadd made a program that creates deep dreams using machine learning. This requires some work but is 100% worth checking out when you can.

@SpicedSpices wrote Codeplates - a webapp where you can store/share small code snippets which are too small to be complete templates but too large to be written manually over and over in different programs.

@ChezCoder wrote the longest Hello World program I've ever seen.

@Scoder12 taught us all how we can create a Minecraft server on repl.it!!

@KarlosRosiles made an overpowered calculator which can perform an insanely large variety of calculations.


And as I always say that's definitely not all for this month. As usual, there's a lot of other great posts that did not make it here, be sure to put them in the comments section for others to check out. And be sure to see it anyways in case someone else has left one for you to check out.

And finally now, that's all for this month. See ya all next month with another set of monthly highlights.

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DynamicSquid (3586)

@Bookie0 I want to talk to the manager