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Help!Where can I find some more SlimDX.Direct3D11 tutorials or simples?

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Hey, I'm new to SlimDX and I have learned the 3 tutorials at [url="http://slimdx.org/tutorials.php."]http://slimdx.org/tutorials.php.[/url] But where can I find other SlimDX tutorials or samples? Thanks. Edited by Sach_Wc

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On the SlimDX documentation section they state this:

[quote][color=#000000][font=verdana, arial, sans-serif][size=2]Apart from the SlimDX samples, there are hundreds of samples written by companies and individuals in C++, Managed DirectX, or XNA that demonstrate all kinds of useful things. Although these cannot be copied verbatim to work with SlimDX, the code is typically very similar and we encourage people to use techniques learned from these samples with SlimDX. The differences are generally quite minor, and so they can be a great additional resource for SlimDX developers.[/size][/font][/color][/quote]

So your best bet is to google dx11 tutorials: [url="http://lmgtfy.com/?q=directx+11+tutorial"]http://lmgtfy.com/?q...ctx 11 tutorial[/url]

Aimee Edited by AmzBee

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As AmzBee said,
Look for regular DX samples and tutorials. The biggest issue is usually having to search the SlimDX enums to find what you need. apart from that its usually easy to find the same function as in the tutorial.

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A couple of DX11 sites I used while learning (and I'm still learning) SlimDX Direct3D11:

[url="http://www.rastertek.com/"]rastertek[/url] for D3D11 and HLSL
[url="http://rbwhitaker.wikidot.com/hlsl-tutorials"]RB Whitaker[/url] which, despite sounding like a purveyor of fine coffees, has some amazing HLSL tutorials
[url="http://d3dtutorials.blogspot.co.uk/"]This blog[/url] is not as good as rastertek, which I couldn't recommend more (some site formatting issues notwithstanding), but it also helps cover a few things.

Honestly the best idea is to read through the basic tutorials on rastertek, think about what you want to make, think about how you would make it, and then start googling for techniques and ideas available based on the beginner knowledge you picked up from that first read-through.

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