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Hey all. I wanted to create some chat software for fun and decided to add encryption to it. It's programmed in JavaFX (I know not everyone likes Java :P), but it's the language I'm most familiar with. There is a client and server program available. Users with the client program connect to a computer running the server software.

 

This was a great learning experience and I am interested in constructive feedback! Features? Coding style? Issues? UI? I'm eager to improve! The source is available too.

 

Download and screenshots available from the following link

http://shayconcepts.com/software.php#cipherclient

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For your next experience (not being an asshole), perhaps port the app to C#.

 

Syntactically similar to Java, as easy to develop in, much faster and a great language to learn :)

 

Pinching your Comic downloader ;)

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For your next experience (not being an *******), perhaps port the app to C#.

 

Syntactically similar to Java, as easy to develop in, much faster and a great language to learn :)

 

Pinching your Comic downloader ;)

 

Thanks for the tip. Oh god I hate to say this, but I'm so busy with school that I don't know if Comic Downloader has to be updated. If anything is broken please let me know!

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It's funny, I wrote one myself, I just pinched yours for the C&H functionality :D

 

Don't stress, I can write it myself if anything is broken, but I'll forward any issues on to you >.<

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