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Game and UI communication (Video Tutorial)


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#1 avenkov   Members   -  Reputation: 685

Posted 02 October 2013 - 06:00 AM

In this short video we take a look at the binding mechanisms that Coherent UI provides for Unity3D. We’ll explore the different ways to pass data from JavaScript to C# and vice versa. The example shown demonstrates how easy it is to pass messages back and forth between your game and the UI. You’ll get to know the basics of the binding which will allow you to create rich and powerful game interfaces.

 

You can watch the video here smile.png

 

Spoiler alert: currently we’re making a more practical example of creating a more realistic UI for an existing game. We browsed through the tons of available JavaScript libraries and chose some of them to reuse and also added some widgets of our own. We’re very excited about it so stay tuned mid-october icon_smile.gif

 

 


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