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  1. Smoldic, Powered by Gamelife Romania & RESPAWN.GAMELIFE.RO - new update 20.06.2021 [SOURCE] - switched from beta to a stable version (version 1.0 K8 stable) - fixed loading and saving data (XP, MVPs, Prefix) - fixed logic for calculate Skill Ratio of a player - fixed additional logic that deliver rank stats and top players - added new feature called WARMUP (Set to 18 seconds) - added cvars and priority cvars for frag limits and happy hours - refactored function that calculate damage, 1taps and no-scopes - refactored kill events function to have a better performance Our goal is to deliver a good server performance and a different and high quality gameplay to the players with a unique CSDM mode that makes us more competitive than the other servers. So please have a seat and enjoy our 'smoldix' family features by connecting on RESPAWN.GAMELIFE.RO Many Thanks, RESPAWN.GAMELIFE.RO Staff.
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  3. Efectele sunt mai ok pe prima varianta, textul e mai ok pe varianta 2, insa votul meu este: V1
  4. ce citesc eu la 2 dimineata :)) Multumim pt interviu.
  5. Datorita unor schimbari de IP/Host, serverul este in mentenanta intre orele 11:00 - 18:00. Revenim!
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  8. Hello guys, Today I am going to present you the best IDE (integrated development environment) softwares of 2021 for Web Development (FrontEnd & BackEnd). Enjoy ❤️ # --- Visual Studio Code (VSCode) by Microsoft Visual Studio Code is possibly the best JavaScript ide for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Not only does it support JavaScript, but it also supports Node.js, TypeScript, and it comes with a whole ecosystem of extensions for other languages including C++, C#, Python, PHP etc. Developed by Windows, Visual Studio Code is great for new programmers as it explains everything from HTML tags to syntax and error handling. Features Very customizable Works well with most popular programming languages Lots of extensions available Pros Free Open-source Cross-platform Flexible and extensible Popular so it's easy to find help or extensions Cons Requires extra setup for certain projects and languages Built on Chrome so uses a lot of memory Cost Free # --- Visual Studio by Microsoft If you're working with .NET and C#, you will know about Visual Studio (not to be confused with Visual Studio Code). Being Microsoft's main IDE offering, Visual Studio is one of the biggest names in the IDE space. It's been around for many years and is thus filled with many useful tools for many different areas of web development. Its main purpose is for .NET development with C# but also supports many other programming languages. Keep in mind that .NET Core (Microsoft’s open-source continuation of the .NET Framework) is supported cross-platform so you don’t necessarily need an IDE like Visual Studio. One drawback is that Visual Studio is only available on Windows. This may not be an issue for you but it’s unfortunate that you are locked into one platform. Recently Visual Studio for Mac was released, though it’s technically a rebranding of Xamarin Studio. It shares some of the same features but is much less fully featured. Features Coding assistance and auto-completion in the form of IntelliSense Great support for C# and .NET Support for front-end languages like HTML, CSS, JavaScript and TypeScript Support for many other programming languages and frameworks like Python, C++, C, Xamarin, and Unity Built-in version control Built-in package managers like NuGet and NPM Extensions available to download Debugging support Integrated unit testing tools User interfaces for common command-line tools Database tools Pros Free for individuals and non-commercial or open-source work Main IDE for C# and .NET development Many stable and powerful tools to support development All-in-one solution so you don’t need to switch applications Cons Windows only (see note above about Visual Studio for Mac) Very large application Subscription needed when part of a commercial organization Cost Free Community edition for individuals or for non-commercial/open-source purposes in organizations Paid subscription for Professional and Enterprise editions # --- ATOM by GitHub Atom is the best editor for JavaScript if you are looking for something customizable and easy to use. It has a built-in package manager for installing new packages or start creating your own within this cool tool. It comes pre-installed with four UI and eight syntax themes in a variety of colors. The rich and supportive community also creates cool themes for everybody to use so you might find what you’re looking for there. Features Very customizable Works well with most popular programming languages Lots of extensions available Pros Free Open-source Cross-platform Flexible and extensible Popular so it's easy to find help or extensions Cons Requires extra setup for certain projects and languages Built on Chrome so uses a lot of memory Cost Free # --- Brackets by Adobe Systems Brackets is a lightweight open-source editor focused mostly on HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. It provides some quality-of-life tools to manage these files more easily — like editing a CSS class directly from the HTML that uses it and live preview similar to the old days of Adobe Dreamweaver. Features Live preview of HTML Inline editors to edit code referenced somewhere else Built-in support for SCSS and LESS Pros Free Open-source Cross-platform Extensions available Cons More basic than most other IDEs in this list Cost Free # --- WebStorm by JetBrains JetBrains (the name behind ReSharper, TeamCity, IntelliJ IDEA, PyCharm and more), built WebStorm specifically for JavaScript development — front-end and Node.js. While a monthly or yearly subscription is required, it provides you with a lot of advanced features. These include coding assistance in the vein of ReSharper — a game changer if you've never used it — for popular frameworks like React, Angular, and Node.js. Features Coding assistance for popular JavaScript frameworks Built-in version control Debugging support Integrated unit testing tools User interfaces for common command-line tools Support for plugins Pros Lots of tools that make development easier Customizable Similar to other JetBrains IDEs, common experience Cross-platform Cons Subscription needed for most use cases Cost Free for students and open source projects Monthly subscription (price varies between individuals and teams) # --- IntelliJ IDEA by JetBrains - was one of the first available IDEs for Java with code refactoring and navigation built-in. IntelliJ IDEA is a Java-centric IDE that is designed to maximize productivity. One of the best features of this IDE is its ability to automatically add handy tools that are relevant to the context. As well as supporting Java languages, it supports HTML, PHP, Python, Ruby, and more. It’s free but has a paid counterpart with a fuller suite of development tools. Features Debugging support Integrated unit testing tools User interfaces for common command-line tools Database tools Support for plugins Built-in version control Code coverage Supports Google App Engine, Grails, GWT Built-in static code analyzers Pros Lots of tools that make development easier Customizable Similar to other JetBrains IDEs, common experience Cross-platform Built on open-source platform Cons Subscription needed for most use cases Cost Free for students and open source projects Monthly subscription (price varies between individuals and teams) # --- PyCharm by JetBrains PyCharm is a decent free IDE for web development in a number of languages, including Python, CSS, HTML, JavaScript, Node.js, and more. The IDE is compatible with Mac, Windows, and Linux and has a paid sister software you can purchase if you’d like something more reliable. According to some users, the free version of PyCharm can be buggy, especially the autocomplete feature. Features Great support for Python and virtual environments Support for data science tools like Anaconda, IPython Notebook, NumPy, etc. Debugging support Integrated unit testing tools User interfaces for common command-line tools Database tools Support for plugins Pros Lots of tools that make development easier Customizable Similar to other JetBrains IDEs, common experience Cross-platform Cons Subscription needed for most use cases Cost Free for students and open-source projects Monthly subscription (price varies between individuals and teams) # --- Rider by JetBrains Another JetBrains application, Rider is built specifically for C# and .NET, based on the IntelliJ platform. As they are also the developers of ReSharper — one of the most popular extensions for Visual Studio — it comes included in Rider which is a major plus, making it a good alternative to Visual Studio. Features Great support for C# and .NET Support for front-end languages like HTML, CSS, JavaScript and TypeScript Support for mono-based frameworks like Unity and Xamarin ReSharper coding assistance built-in Built-in decompiler to inspect code from libraries you’ve pulled in Database tools Support for plugins Pros ReSharper Lots of tools that make development easier Customizable Similar to other JetBrains IDEs, common experience Cross-platform Cons Subscription needed for most use cases Cost Free for students and open-source projects Monthly subscription (price varies between individuals and teams) # --- NetBeans by Apache Foundation Another open-source Java IDE, NetBeans was first created in 1997 so has been around for a long time, though it only became open-source in 2000. In 2016 it got donated to the Apache Software Foundation as it was competing with another Java IDE owned by the same company. Features Great support for Java Plug-ins available Debugging support Integrated unit testing tools Tools for refactoring code Built-in version control Pros Free Open-source Cross-platform Been around for a long time Cons Not as great for big projects Cost Free # --- ECLIPSE by Eclipse Foundation Eclipse has been around since 2001 and is another IDE primarily aimed at Java development and is free and open-source. This means you can contribute to the codebase and improve it yourself. It is often noted that it’s on the slower side. However, it’s a great alternative if you prefer a Java-specific IDE that’s free and open-source. Features Great support for Java Also supports other programming languages Plug-ins available Debugging support Integrated unit testing tools User interfaces for common command-line tools Built-in version control Pros Free Open-source Cross-platform Been around for a long time Cons Need to install plug-ins to get the most out of it On the slow side Cost Free # --- GoLand by JetBrains This is one of the only IDEs targeted specifically at the Go programming language. JetBrains’ GoLand is another IDE developed on the IntelliJ platform and comes with the coding assistance we’ve come to know and love (even throughout this article). However, if you already have a subscription for IntelliJ IDEA, you can probably get away with using that instead with their official Go plugin. Features Advanced coding assistance Debugging support Integrated unit testing tools User interfaces for common command-line tools Database tools Support for plugins Pros Lots of tools that make development easier Customizable Similar to other JetBrains IDEs, common experience Cross-platform Cons Subscription needed for most use cases Cost Free for students and open-source projects Monthly subscription (price varies between individuals and teams) # --- My recommendations --- # 🙌🏻 I am a huge fan VSCode (Visual Studio Code) and I'm using it day by day, but personally I recommend VSCode or WebStorm for Javascript & TypeScript, NetBeans or IntelliJ for Java, Visual Studio for C# (.NET), PyCharm for Python and GoLand for GO Programming. ___ Credit source: https://www.goskills.com/ && https://htmlcssmonk.medium.com/
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    MAPS PACK CS 1.6 @ 2021 by GameLife Romania Pack contain all map files, including gfx, sounds, models, etc. Password: www.gamelife.ro
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    Addons default AMXX 1.9.0 with ReAPI & ReGameDLL Also, this addons contain reunion, reauthcheck, reaimdetector, whblocker, resemiclip. Download: MEDIAFIRE / MEGA.NZ Password: www.gamelife.ro
  14. de asta nu poti sa dormi tu noaptea? :)))