WebGL w- Unity- The Ultimate Guide to Games in the Browser Free Download
- Deploy a Unity game to the web within the first ten minutes of the course!
- Learn where to find free game source code to study and share
- Understand the history of Unity and the web and the reasons you’d want to use Unity as a web development tool
- Upload games to various services (Simmer, Github Pages, generic web hosting, Firebase and AWS)
- Put live browser games on WordPress, Patreon, Kickstarter, and Medium
- Pull images from the web and use them in your games
- Interface with a web search API and build a multimedia image search
- Build custom WebGL templates and make use of web responsiveness for various resolutions.
- Resolve common WebGL errors like CORS, and memory issues
- Low-level WebGL or WebAssembly knowledge is NOT required
- A passion for learning incredible new technologies IS required
Fellow code warriors, if you’ve ever considered building 2D or 3D games for the browser, you won’t find a better guide than Rocco’s just completed course on Udemy. Rocco is a gifted instructor and keeps the information flowing at the right pace while maintaining a very practical emphasis.
AND he very thoughtfully avoids confusing users by wearing the same red plaid shirt for every lecture. Check it out!
– Michael Sample, Director of Engineering @Gliffy
Are you a game developer looking for the ultimate low-friction way to reach a wider audience on the web?
Or are you a web developer looking for a mature development environment for bringing 2D and 3D graphical web applications to life?
Within the first ten minutes of this course, you will be able to build a 3D app and deploy it to a live website. Then you’ll learn the rich history of Unity and the web, and understand how to deploy browser games to various services including:
- Github Pages
- Google Cloud / Firebase
- Kickstarter, Patreon, WordPress and Medium and more…
Early in the course, you’ll learn three secrets that will instantly make your game look fantastic in the browser. Then you’ll do a deep dive about how to use images and textures pulled from the web. You’ll learn how to interface with a web search API using CORS and JSON, and we’ll cover how to avoid common errors when exporting your game to WebGL. Finally, you’ll learn how to achieve bi-directional communication between the browser and Unity.
This course is NOT a general purpose Unity tutorial, nor is it a general purpose Web development class. There are plenty of those. This IS an intermediate-level topics course that will spark your imagination with the amazing possibilities of 2D and 3D graphical applications in the browser.
From the instructor:
I have almost twenty years of professional development experience. In the first half of my career I was a professional game developer (Rock Band, The Sims, and many more), and in the second half I specialized in graphical applications for the web (Gliffy diagramming and SIMMER game hosting).
I’ve tried various web-graphics libraries like three.js, babylon.js, phaser and playcanvas. Nothing comes close to the mature development tools contained within Unity3D. I believe we are at the dawn of a new era of rich 2D and 3D experiences on the web, and Unity is the killer app that will make it happen.
- Web Developers interested in 2D and 3D Game Development
- Game Developers interested in deploying their game to the Web
- Anyone who is interested in creating rich multimedia applications that pull data and images from WebAPI’s
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