Nintendo DS coding tutorials?

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Anacobra, Aug 12, 2011.

Aug 12, 2011
  1. Anacobra
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    I'd like to get started on developing homebrew on the DS, but most the tutorials I am able to find have a ton of broken links or are out of date. Does anyone know of any that are up to date enough to still work?

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    Assuming you are heading down the C family path as opposed to lua or something http://www.patater.com/manual should still be up and working.

    Although it is for the GBA http://www.coranac.com/tonc/text/ is nice for some of the more fiddly concepts.

    Likewise there are loads of open source homebrew projects on the DS (not sure if it is still the majority but it is close if not).
     
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    well i think that a great place to start is :

    Nintendo Ds Turorial

    if im not wrong there are severals days
    just change the Day_1 at the end of the url with the other days like
    Day_2
    Day_3
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    Wow, I was expecting to get a bunch of angry people telling me to GTFO.

    Thank you guys so much like holy crap.
     
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    The GTFO guys are coming don't you worry xD
     
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    Try The DS App studio
    It has both basic langaue for learning but C Code for experienced people!
     

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