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Welcome to our Programming N' Language community, where programming and languages meet! This platform serves as a hub for people seeking to enhance their language skills (mainly English), regardless of their native language. Here, we engage in interesting discussions, and share knowledge about all things related to programming and languages.
Join us as we explore fascinating topics and learn from one another in a supportive and welcoming environment. Get ready for an enjoyable and enriching experience!
I am River, a programmer, and the creator of Dictionariez and Captionz, and a few other open-source projects. You can find more of my work on GitHub. I take pride in single-handedly developing and promoting my apps in the market.
As the creator of Dictionariez and a fellow language learner, I am excited to share my knowledge and experiences with you. I invite you to join our Discord community where we can have regular English corners, discuss challenges we encounter, share learning techniques.
Together, we'll work towards building a strong community. Most importantly, I will continuously develop my projects to improve them and assist others like yourself.
There are 5 categories in our community:
Sharing: We share and discuss various topics here. News, blog articles about programming or languages, and genuine and helpful content from social media platforms like YouTube and Twitter.
Questions: If you have any programming or language-related questions, feel free to ask for help here.
Feedback: Provide feedback or report any issues related to Dictionariez, Captionz, or this forum. Bug reports, feature requests, and critical reviews are all welcome.
Dictionariez Trove: Discover the extensive collection of dictionaries we offer. We are actively seeking more dictionaries, check out the HELP: More Dictionaries Needed!
Captionz Trove: Discover the best YouTube resources in this category.
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Be respectful to fellow community members.
Provide original sources for the content you share.
Avoid propagandistic content.
Avoid posting duplicate content.
Avoid indirect links.
Avoid sharing very old links, unless there's a valid reason.
Do not share illegal or unethical material.
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One last thing, did you know that this entire website, including the source code, is open-source? Follow its active development on GitHub. Don't forget to check it out from time to time!
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So I just upgraded the site. Now it has 3 columns on the main pages.
How do you think? Do you like it this way?
Just updated a little bit to make Captionz Trove more compact and neat.
And notice the small list icon over there? It indicates that the post is a playlist.
I just added a link of Buy Me a Coffee to the bottom of this site. I don't know if it works or not. But I want to seek the chance. As I said on my profile of Buy Me a Coffee:
When I reach $100, I will write an article about this, share the joy and possibility with my family, my friends and anyone who are looking for chances in the world.
And I am a dreamer, I enjoy my dreams.
I don't like ads, so I prefer this way to seek a chance and get myself incentives to work on my projects continually.
I wish you could understand. And if you really like my works, please do consider a donation. Thank you.
Just optimized the share gadget. So you can share the video you are watching on Captionz directly.
It's interesting to see how differently social media handle the shared link.
For example share on facebook looks like this:
The problem is twitter, I have no idea why twitter currently has problem to recognize the link on Captionz
I will look into it later.
This morning I just found that Captionz could no longer get the captions of any video, the log told me that Google has limited my requests of getting captions. So I had to change a method to get around this. Now Captionz could parse the captions of video on the browser side. It's distributed and much cooler. Cheers!
Now you can embed Captionz player on your website. If you are a webmaster like me, or a youtuber, I think this could help you in some ways.