Interfacing with UI #4 – Coherent UI

February 5th, 2016

This is part of a series of posts revolving around user interface design and development, the introduction and links to the other posts can be found here. Last I wrote about user interfaces I discussed the new Unity UI system and I wrote about our process of porting from Daikon Forge to it. That was a year and a half ago and a lot has changed since then. To keep things interesting we decided to move from Unity UI (yet another move?!) to Coherent UI and I’ll explain why we did it. Why Move… Again?!... (read more)

@SolitudeGame: Fullscreen terminals allow you to hook into your ship's guns for fine control! Moddable gun modules, terminals and UI! #GameDev

8/12/2017 @ 4:58pm UTC

@CWolf: Woo! And, now we have a cross-compiled (nix --> win64) @SolitudeGame server in our build and deploy pipeline #RV #GameDev

28/11/2017 @ 3:39pm UTC

@CWolf: CI love #GameDev #RV

21/11/2017 @ 4:06pm UTC

@CWolf: Yesterday I got the one click Steam build and deployment working for @SolitudeGame - it's a thing of beauty. Chains Jenkins, @unity3d cloud build, nodejs babel UI transpiling, server C++ compiling (soon), archiving, automatic version bumping and Steam deployment. #RV #GameDev

17/11/2017 @ 10:56am UTC

@CWolf: Very close to getting the Steam one click deploy pipeline working for @SolitudeGame. This will save a huge amount of time in the future. Involves Jenkins, node.js and Unity Cloud Build! It's going to be awesome! #RV

14/11/2017 @ 2:43pm UTC