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Interface Overview
Assets Workflow
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Adjusting Node Parameters
Setting Up Materials
Setting Up Properties
Landscape Tool
Using Editor Tools for Specific Tasks
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Usage Examples
UUSL (Unified UNIGINE Shader Language)
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Rebuilding the Engine Tools
Double Precision Coordinates
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Controls-Related Classes
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Math Functionality
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Networking Functionality
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Setting Up Development Environment

With UNIGINE, you can build standalone applications for all the leading platforms using a single codebase.

Once the development environment is set up, you can harness the full power of desktop platforms. Code once, and then build and deploy native applications across multiple platforms in one go. The resulting files will directly depend on the build target.

Prepare Development Environment#

The latest platform-specific version of UNIGINE SDK (binary or source releases are available depending on your license) can be downloaded at the UNIGINE developer portal in the Downloads section. You have two options how to install the SDK:

  1. Download the UNIGINE SDK Browser and then download the proper SDK.
  2. Download the UNIGINE 2 SDK.

A 64-bit Operating System is required to develop applications using UNIGINE 2 SDK.
Read the following articles to know how to prepare the development environment of different platforms:
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