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[video=youtube;gGIDHrYKJ2s]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gGIDHrYKJ2s[/video] My brother showed me this and I thought it was pretty interesting to watch. I have two baby sisters and a baby brother and they love to go outside all the time, and to see this happen is pretty shocking how easy it is to lure kids out and go with complete strangers. I can't tell you how many times I've told my sisters not to go outside and talk to strangers, but they do it sometimes. Of course our neighbors are fine, but sometimes there's random people driving by.
I have been recently reading some posts and noticed that activity (still) seems to be an issue. I was thinking about the bigger picture and it came to me that we need more reason for people to actively use the site. Considering the fact that the forums are fairly restricted by the niche industry of RSPS, we could potentially look at providing "resources" for 'new to programming' members of the site. This could include providing links and perhaps a general overview of IDEs. We could include a variety of video guides and tutorials on the basics of java (and possibly other languages eventually) that our members can then post feedback on such as how helpful it was. We could even showcase opensource projects that are either donated by members or gathered for external sources (allowed and easily obtainable for educational purposes), which we could then have our more experienced members provide a detailed explanation of the mechanics behind the code. This would not only allow members to better understand java, which they can then utilize in their RSPS projects, but it will also encourage the more knowledgeable members to step up and take part in explaining the various open source projects that available in that child board. I believe that once the ball starts rolling we could create initiatives to further develop the resources we have available. For example, host a competition that gives a cash prize to the person who best improves a documented open source project, and explains how and why their improvements benefit the quality of the previous code. This could entice more knowledgeable members from other communities interested in making some money, while at the same time attracting new visitors interested in learning from prestigious members of other communities.
So I want to create an overlaying container (main application) that runs for example another jar file. With the main applications I want to be able to use all usable functions from the jar file. Can I do this by just importing the Jar file as library, and run the main class inside my main application, would I then have all its functions? UPDATE: Nevermind I found it myself.