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GLFW version 3.3 releases with Vulkan macOS support via MoltenVK, better HiDPI & Scaling

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GLFW is traditionally the OpenGL library that offers a basic API for the creation of windows/contexts/surfaces across software platforms. GLFW version 3.3 is now available with exciting feature enhancements to it. GLFW works for both desktop and mobile, various devices, and works across all major operating systems while being under the liberal Zlib license. Notable […]

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