Welcome to my blog’s first tutorial series!
Hey guys! Ready to write some code?
We’ve put a lot of work in these past five parts and today is no exception, however, we’ll try to take it easy after that insanity in the last article.
Looking back I probably should’ve broken that last article in more parts. At the same time, I guess it serves to separate the kittens from the lions. 😀
Enough jokes for now, let’s keep moving…
Today we’ll be implementing the second part to the text-based user interface which is what I call the active client chat screen.
Of course this also requires us to first implement the logging system for all of our clients, along with notifications as well.
Besides that we’ll add a few more features to wrap it up.
Dive Into The Code
I’m gonna focus on the main blocks of code added this time, so right off the bat, let’s jump into the new ‘active client chat screen’ interface…