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.NET Game Programming with DirectX 9.0 (Anglais) Broché – 27 mars 2003


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Written in easy-to-understand language, this book is a must-read if you'd like to create out-of-the-ordinary, yet simple games. Authors Lobao and Hatton demonstrate the ease of producing multimedia games with Managed DirectX 9.0 and programming the games with Visual Basic .NET on Everett, the latest version of Microsoft's Visual Studio. The authors emphasize simplicity, but still explore important concepts of Managed DirectX 9.0, such as Direct3D, DirectSound, DirectMusic (using the COM interface) DirectInput (including force-feedback joysticks) DirectShow, and DirectPlay. Additional chapters discuss game programming technologies: Speech API for generating character voices, GDI+ for simple games, and multithreading. A bonus chapter even shows you how to port a simple game to a Pocket PC. The book includes two chapters' worth of sample games. The first presents a game with simple features; the second extends that game and presents additional concepts. A library of game programming helper classes is also created, step by step, in both chapters.

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Ellen Hatton is a computer science undergraduate at Edinburgh University. She was exposed to computers at a very early age and has been fascinated with them ever since. Her first experience of computer games was playing Dread Dragon Doom, at which she quickly excelled at the age of 5. She's been hooked on games ever since. Ellen is not only interested in computers. She skis frequently, among other sports, and enjoys general student life in the bustling Scottish capital, Edinburgh. As her choice of degree suggests, Ellen still finds computers very interesting and is constantly looking for new challenges. Alexandre Santos Lobao got his first computer in 1981, when he was 12, and immediately started to create simple games in BASIC. Since then, computers have evolved massively, and so has he. Graduating with a bachelor's degree in computer science in 1991, Alexandre, together with six friends, founded that same year a company that came to be known as a synonym for high-quality services in Brasilia, Brazil: Hepta Informatica. Besides his excellent work in many software development areas, from financial to telecommunication, he never forgot his first passion and has always worked as a nonprofessional game programmer. amateur game programming company founded by Craig Jardine. At the end of 2000, Alexandre started searching for new horizons and, leaving the company he helped to create, entered Microsoft as a consultant. Looking at the new and extremely interesting possibilities offered by the .NET Framework, he decided to take everything he's learned over the last decade and apply it to this new development platform.

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Jason Hill
3,0 sur 5 étoilesGood for Programmers New to Games
21 juillet 2004 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Carl Klutzke
1,0 sur 5 étoilesThe farther I read, the more disappointed I became
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3,0 sur 5 étoilesOne good chapter, lots of bad code.
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4,0 sur 5 étoilesGood, but basic introduction
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