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Code Recipes

Code Recipes

Obraztsov Fedor Alexandrovich

Learning language syntax: Java, JavaScript, Python, C#, C++, Golang, Kotlin

4.7 Ratings 518+ Reviews 50K+ Downloads

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Learning language syntax: Java, JavaScript, Python, C#, C++, Golang, Kotlin
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4.7
518+ Ratings
  1. 5
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  2. 4
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  3. 3
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  • All Inclusive, Easy to Follow Reference Aug 29, 2020

    By joshdavisdevopp
    Highly recommend for any developer
  • Oct 11, 2020

    By Joel Albert
    Four stars only because I don't know what it's trying to do. Left feeling like its just trying to mess with my phone....
  • a really nice idea Oct 21, 2020

    By KingPurply
    Have only played with this for about 15 minutes, but the idea resonates with me. It has a set of (probably hundreds) of classified code snippets (e.g. converting to a string) across a set of 9 languages. You can click on a subject and look at the code for 9 different languages for the same problem. I often find myself needing a quick refresher when i move betwen languages. First impressions - the topics are well organized and fairly comprehensive. You can access the kotlin and swift playgrounds etc and run the code. Probably others. I've seen no mistakes so far in the snippets. Some UI areas to work on - it would be nice to see the full tree of snippets - when i go into a sub menu, it would be nice to see more context. Also, the star facility for a snippet doesn't seem to work - am really hoping this gets the ability to organize the snippets you use most in your own space, and possibly even add snippets Some of the examples suffer a bit from trying to show parity between unequal systems. for instance, the kotlin threading stuff can't touch on co-routines for obvious reasons. that's a shame Finally, i'd love to see typescript supported. i'd pay for that! So a great idea, with fairly comprehensive subjects organized in a sensible way, with lots of potential for future work!
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  • Oct 13, 2020

    By Ivo Dimitrov
    Using the app on my Mac/iPhone and now installed on Android as well. Love the app, it helped me a lot. The only thing that would be great to have is to be able to order articles by skill curves. To have basics on top and more advanced topics below. And please add Rust!
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  • Aug 15, 2020

    By Ron Michel
    it reflects the price now, as i say though, well worth it. how something like this helps, is simply gives you a cut and paste batch of common routines. not located on some drive of backup stuff buried in the closet somewhere... lol.
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  • May 27, 2020

    By Jace Doyle
    Charged $2 without my confirmation. Don't touch anything with a lock symbol OR YOU WILL BE CHARGED!

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  • All Inclusive, Easy to Follow Reference Aug 29, 2020

    By joshdavisdevopp
    Highly recommend for any developer
  • a really nice idea Oct 21, 2020

    By KingPurply
    Have only played with this for about 15 minutes, but the idea resonates with me. It has a set of (probably hundreds) of classified code snippets (e.g. converting to a string) across a set of 9 languages. You can click on a subject and look at the code for 9 different languages for the same problem. I often find myself needing a quick refresher when i move betwen languages. First impressions - the topics are well organized and fairly comprehensive. You can access the kotlin and swift playgrounds etc and run the code. Probably others. I've seen no mistakes so far in the snippets. Some UI areas to work on - it would be nice to see the full tree of snippets - when i go into a sub menu, it would be nice to see more context. Also, the star facility for a snippet doesn't seem to work - am really hoping this gets the ability to organize the snippets you use most in your own space, and possibly even add snippets Some of the examples suffer a bit from trying to show parity between unequal systems. for instance, the kotlin threading stuff can't touch on co-routines for obvious reasons. that's a shame Finally, i'd love to see typescript supported. i'd pay for that! So a great idea, with fairly comprehensive subjects organized in a sensible way, with lots of potential for future work!
    more
  • Oct 13, 2020

    By Ivo Dimitrov
    Using the app on my Mac/iPhone and now installed on Android as well. Love the app, it helped me a lot. The only thing that would be great to have is to be able to order articles by skill curves. To have basics on top and more advanced topics below. And please add Rust!
    more
  • Aug 15, 2020

    By Ron Michel
    it reflects the price now, as i say though, well worth it. how something like this helps, is simply gives you a cut and paste batch of common routines. not located on some drive of backup stuff buried in the closet somewhere... lol.
    more
  • Dec 16, 2020

    By Aj Wool
    Awesome 👍👍👍👍thanks for making this, Obraztov!
  • Oct 11, 2020

    By Joel Albert
    Four stars only because I don't know what it's trying to do. Left feeling like its just trying to mess with my phone....
  • Nov 27, 2018

    By Daniel Palomo
    Mr. Alexandrovich, your code examplifies something I always thought should have been done for polyglot coders before! So, while I cannot vouch for the equivalency of the code samples, I think I understand the spirit in which you contributed, so I thank you, (and now I'm off to find me a better compiler...) In addition, it becomes clearer as to which of the languages seem able to succeed in the fewest lines. Good job!
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  • Aug 6, 2019

    By Roger Leclerc
    I very much love this app my only two suggestion is that there is an option for a written summary and a mini compiler so the user can edit the code
  • Jun 17, 2020

    By Mac Chang
    Awesome app and it has lots of programming languages you can interlink in object oriented approach
  • May 27, 2020

    By Isaac Amoah
    Great app, topics are well organised and easy to understand
  • Mar 7, 2020

    By Joseph Day
    Moderatly easy to use even without prior coding experience.

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  • May 27, 2020

    By Jace Doyle
    Charged $2 without my confirmation. Don't touch anything with a lock symbol OR YOU WILL BE CHARGED!

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