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#ActualBUCHANKO

Posted 23 April 2013 - 06:03 PM

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#2BUCHANKO

Posted 23 April 2013 - 05:59 PM

-Visual Studio is the best IDE.  Get the free version of VS 2012

 

But it's a 30 day trial (Yes, it was under the Free version, VS 2012 for Desktop or something), and to register you need some crap like company details, which doesn't let you pass on random input.

 

-Get DirectX 11 SDK from Microsoft's site, whatever the latest release is.

 

Even with it being made for Windows 8 while I am on Windows 7 ?

 

-I'd suggest to get a good book on DirectX 11.  As far as C++ tutorials, there's lots of good info all over, and good books.

 

Sadly books aren't an option, I'd have to go through internet resources.

No mate, I don't need a C++ tutorial I meant DirectX Based on C++, because most tutorials I found and am linked to are based on C.

 

So, you can get VS2012,..

 

Please see the first quoted reply sad.png


#1BUCHANKO

Posted 21 March 2013 - 08:52 AM

-Visual Studio is the best IDE.  Get the free version of VS 2012

 

But it's a 30 day trial (Yes, it was under the Free version, VS 2012 for Desktop or something), and to register you need some crap like company details, which doesn't let you pass on random input.

 

-Get DirectX 11 SDK from Microsoft's site, whatever the latest release is.

 

Even with it being made for Windows 8 while I am on Windows 7 ?

 

-I'd suggest to get a good book on DirectX 11.  As far as C++ tutorials, there's lots of good info all over, and good books.

 

Sadly books aren't an option, I'd have to go through internet resources.

No mate, I don't need a C++ tutorial I meant DirectX Based on C++, because most tutorials I found and am linked to are based on C.

 

So, you can get VS2012,..

 

Please see the first quoted reply sad.png


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