I’m playing around with various frameworks, where I stumbled on having an old version of Ruby present. When searching on the net there where a lot of different ways to do it, but doing it with RVM is super easy.
So when you need to upgrade your old pre-installed version use:
curl -L https://get.rvm.io | bash -s stable –ruby
– Title : WebGL beginner’s guide
– ISBN : 9781849691727
– Authors : Diego Cantor, Brandon Jones
A few weeks ago I received the ebook from Packt, with the request to do a review on this book.
The first chapter is about getting ready for using webgl and using canvas. There is a introduction for using Json in Ajax in the second chapter and then it’s time for vertices, shaders, lights, normals and a whole lot more.
I’ve been asked to do a book review on the title WebGL beginner’s guide by Packt publishing. Looks like fun and an interesting topic to review.
I’m posting a review here in September.
See WebGL beginner’s guide for more information about the book.
Recently I’ve decided to Explore Objective-c, mainly because of plans to start development for the iPhone and iPad and for broadening my knowledge.
Btw, is it just me that I find myself spending more time switching between languages and frameworks, It takes me a few hours to get up to speed again when coming from a project in a different language. Syntax mainly..
Back to Objective-c;
There a definitely some parts I like and some parts that require more attention then I’m used to in AS3 or Java.
I like the way you can define the setters/getters by using synthesize but find pointers a bit weird and the introduction of dot syntax for some objects a bit confusing, I’ll just stick with the standard way in objective-c so it is less confusing.
Also nice that you don’t have to worry about releasing objects anymore.
Now I’ll have to think off a fun project to build something for practice.