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MartinZhel

Member Since 21 Mar 2013
Offline Last Active Jun 17 2013 02:44 AM

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In Topic: Managing pop-up GUI items

14 May 2013 - 02:23 AM

Hello,

 

At Coherent Labs we're developing a HTML5-based GUI library that will help you with the pop-up GUI. However, we're a commercial closed source vendor. So it might not be appropriate for your game but you can give it a try.

 

There are also some open source solutions that might help you out:

Chromium Embedded Framework

EAWebKit

 

I hope this will help you out with your project.


In Topic: Questions about Coherent UI

08 May 2013 - 07:37 AM

Coherent UI is intended to be integrated into a game engine, therefore a compilation is necessary. We are also offering a ready made integration with Unity3D for which you don't need to compile anything.

 

Kylotan,

If you're looking for a great GUI Toolkit you might want to try Coherent UI. With it you are using HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript to build UI which makes your job much easier. It has a smooth Unity3D integration as well as binding for C# and C++. Ask for a trial from the website and give it a try http://coherent-labs.com.

 

I looked through your site and one of the first things it shows is having to compile Coherent UI to use it. How does one use for web development? I'm sure compiling the code (in C++ or C#) is unnecessary.


In Topic: Where are all the good GUI libraries?

08 May 2013 - 02:46 AM

Kylotan, 

 

If you're looking for a great GUI Toolkit you might want to try Coherent UI. With it you are using HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript to build UI which makes your job much easier. It has a smooth Unity3D integration as well as binding for C# and C++. Ask for a trial from the website and give it a try http://coherent-labs.com.  


In Topic: HTML5 based Game UI Middleware

22 March 2013 - 03:04 AM

@Ravyne: Coherent UI is for both native-code and Unity games. Currently we support all desktop platforms Windows (32 bit & 64 bit builds), Linux, Mac OS X.


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