Joined: May, 2018
Hello people, I've decided to educate some new users.
This tutorial will have numerous tutorials with it, I'll add every single one.
I'll start to break down axon tomorrow.
This was meant to educate users and overall guide new people into DLL development.
Here is what we'll be going over:
- What return check does
- What wrapping (bridge for axon) is
- the difference between mL and m_rL
- Some other lua stuff in the DLL itself.
This tutorial is not for:
- People that are lazy
- People that dislike reading.
- Some minimal C++ knowledge
- VS 2015+ (obviously LOL)
- Some knowledge on how to embed lua and use it in a C++ environment.
Now, let's say you want to learn but you don't have the resources, no problem! I have resources that come at no cost!
Resource 1- LearnCpp: https://learncpp.com/
Resource 2 - Lua: https://www.lua.org/pil/contents.html
So, you're interested in starting. Here is our plan, I will be making individual tutorials explaining how axon works.
I'll be using this source code: https://github.com/ElKoax/AxonUpdated/tree/master/V3rm
The reason as to why I am using it is so that users don't have to fix anything within the old axon source code.
I won't be updating it for you considering you should have enough knowledge from finishing my tutorials to update your axon.
Anywho, if you skip a single tutorial, you could be missing out on some important information. That's why it's important to go through every single one.
Links to Tutorials
1. The Checks: https://wearedevs.net/forum/t/13397
More Coming Soon!
Skip a single one and I euthanize you.
Joined: Apr, 2020
I'm lazy but I love reading. Will that work out? I wanna join da tutor pwease.
C# Developer,C++ Beginner
Joined: Dec, 2019
yes but axon bad but axon also teaches people about exploiting
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Joined: May, 2018
not a problem, just read it lol
I'm doing this to teach people how to make THEIR OWN dll, or just know what they're skidding is lol