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Algorithm trainer

Nikolay

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Web application for storing and training any algorithms for 3x3.
https://cubealgo.ru

The application lets you create custom groups of algorithms for which scramble will be generated automatically, the website has also a built-in algorithm database.
In the section "trainer", you can create a session with the created groups of algorithms. The case can be displayed as a scramble or image.
The app works in all modern browsers and does not work in IE.
 

DerpBoiMoon

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Web application for storing and training any algorithms for 3x3.
https://cubealgo.ru

The application lets you create custom groups of algorithms for which scramble will be generated automatically, the website has also a built-in algorithm database.
In the section "trainer", you can create a session with the created groups of algorithms. The case can be displayed as a scramble or image.
The app works in all modern browsers and does not work in IE.
how do i add algs to groups. looks professioanl thought
 

Nikolay

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After creating a group, you need to open it. There are two buttons on the right: display settings and adding algorithms. Click the " + " button and enter the algorithms, separating them with line break. You can also use the built-in database of algorithms - the right button on the main page.
 

OreKehStrah

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It looks pretty cool, but it needs a way to practice only a fraction of the set you're studying
That’s not needed. It would be a quality of life addition though. But if you’re learning part of a set, you would just make what you want to practice as a group
 

Nikolay

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It looks pretty cool, but it needs a way to practice only a fraction of the set you're studying
In the future, I will add the ability to highlight the studied algorithms. For now, you can transfer the algorithms you are studying to a separate group.
 
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