Discussion in 'Programming' started by Samtondon, Feb 5, 2017.
I want to learn how to make c bots for custom freelancing jobs.where can i learn to do so.
Learn the basics of C# first , then you can get your hands on a browser engine like chromium and build your app around it
udemy have class
Can we get access to chromium browser engine with c++ ? I'm start ro learn it, and it's the reason I ask
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Sure , you can access it in C++ , but Is a little harder . But if you already know how to code C++ it will be easy . Else..i suggest using the C# wrapper.
I also recommend to start with C#, you won't be dissapointed after knowing it and I am almost sure you will be able to do many freelaning jobs mate.
I join to the others. First learn the programming basic then it will be more easier.
I already know a lot of python and have scraped almost a million webpages with that, but can't create a decent mobile application even for myself, so I tough I should go deeper.
I read that the games are mostly written in c++, and it's used to create drivers for hardware and so on, so I decided to try c++. But started last week, no warm start over in c#
Yeah most of them are C++ written but that's for going as low as they can in coding, as .NET might now expose all the stuff needed for handling OPENGL and all sort of graphic programming stuff. Further , as of today , you will have a much harder time developing a GUI app under C++ than C#. .NET is a really powerfull framework if you don't need low level stuff. Have a read on CefSharp or Cefglue ( the .NET C# wrappers for chromium ), but I will tell you that they are very poor documented sadly . Good Luck
There are two kinds of bots:
- The bots that send low level HTTP requests. This one is much faster and more suitable for tasks like scraping sites (think ScrapeBox). If you go this route, I recommend Golang from Google. There are two basic components of this bot: sending request and parsing the response. HTTP requests are very simple using Golang (Google it) and parsing the HTML cannot even be easier with GoQuery. One important consideration is multi-threading. You can't go wrong with the inherent support of Golang for concurrency.
Programming languages take many months or even years to master. Building a bot requires the coder to have a solid foundation in the language they wish to build the bot in. This isn't something you'll learn overnight, or in a month, or two or hell, even three.
You need to first build a solid foundation and learn the language itself properly before even considering building a bot of any sort.
If you're open to a different language, Python is pretty fucking awesome.
Learn automation such as selenium, imacros, scrapy is great.
Learn C#/VB.NET and practice multi threading with Httpwebrequest (Post/Get Data)
You'll be capable to write any bots you want in a easy way. I think when I started to learn C#, in two weeks I was already in CPA scheme with the best looking fake softwares and now I consider myself a good enough programmer that could write nearly whatever he wants. Just focus and study, don't think only about money, think about your evolution and always try to surpass your previous work everyday. Good luck!
Yeah, if you're trying to start out with something that's functional right now python is probably your best bet.
What's your reason behind C?
OP likes to suffer before getting his bots done
saw some great udemy courses
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