Game Development with Unity for .NET Developers
- Paperback: 584 pages
- Publisher: WOW! eBook (May 27, 2022)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1801078076
- ISBN-13: 978-1801078078
Game Development with Unity for .NET Developers: Get up and running with Unity with the help of expert guidance for addressing the performance issues encountered in Unity development
Understand what makes Unity the world’s most widely used real-time 3D development platform and explore its powerful features for creating 3D and 2D games, as well as the Unity game engine and the Microsoft Game Dev, including the Microsoft Azure Cloud and Microsoft Azure PlayFab services, to create games.
You will start by getting acquainted with the Unity editor and the basic concepts of Unity script programming with C#. You’ll then learn how to use C# code to work with Unity’s built-in modules, such as UI, animation, physics, video, and audio, and understand how to develop a game with Unity and C#. As you progress through the chapters, you’ll cover advanced topics such as the math involved in computer graphics and how to create a custom render pipeline in Unity with the new Scriptable Render Pipeline, all while optimizing performance in Unity. Along the way, you’ll be introduced to Microsoft Game Dev, Azure services, and Azure PlayFab, and using the Unity3D PlayFab SDK to access the PlayFab API.
- Get to grips with using the Unity Editor
- Use C# scripts to work with Unity’s built-in modules such as UI, animation, physics, video, and audio
- Create a custom render pipeline in Unity Engine with the latest Scriptable Render Pipeline
- Write high-performance multithreaded code with the latest DOTS in Unity
- Discover the Azure PlayFab Client library for C# in Unity
- Understand how the asset management and serialization system within Unity really works
- Explore some of the most commonly used profiler tools in Unity development
By the end of this Game Development with Unity for .NET Developers book, you’ll have become familiar with the Unity engine and be ready to develop your own games while also addressing the performance issues that you could encounter in the development process.