Godot 3.2 brings WebAssembly support for C# games. There is also a new extension for Visual Studio for Mac and MonoDevelop and preliminary support for AOT compilation.
This is the second blog post describing enhancements for visual shaders and shader scripts landed in Godot 3.2. Much time and effort was spent adding a lot of new things to enhance the overall experience developing shaders.
Another month, another Vulkan progress report! October was a busy month, as most of it was split between working on the new Global Illumination system and Godotcon/GIC in Poland.
A sneak peak at DTLS support in Godot 4.0 .
Over the course of September month, I continued working on Vulkan all day long, and several improvements have been made.
As part of the MOSS project sponsored by Mozilla, during July I worked on some new features regarding cryptography and SSL to improve the quality and security of Godot networking.
After some months, the project has received enough funding to be able to do a new full time hire! Thanks hugely to everyone who is supporting us, as your help has allowed us reaching this far!
For the second time, Godot took part in the Google Summer of Code (GSoC) programme, which lets students from all over the world work for three months on specific projects thanks to a Google stipend. We had 8 students working for on great new features all around the engine, and in this third and last progress report, they outline the final state of their GSoC work, how to use it (when relevant) and future steps that they might envision for the feature they worked on.
The past two years, the project kept growing at a steady pace. One of the most important consequences of this growth process is that our GitHub issue tracker has exploded with ideas, proposals and bug reports.
Work on porting the rendering engine to Vulkan continues at a steady pace.
UDP multicast support, WebSocket updates, demos, a new tutorial.
Godot takes part in the Google Summer of Code for the second year, and this time we have 8 students working on awesome features for the engine. With the programme coming close to an end, they each share their recent progress since the first report with a short devlog. A final report will be posted in coming weeks with an overview of the work done and how to get started using the features they worked on.
In our latest episode, I was just barely getting Vulkan to work. A month later, many things happened!
Godot takes part in the Google Summer of Code for the second year, and this time we have 8 students working on awesome features for the engine. They each share their project aim and current progress with a short devlog. This common progress report is split over two blog posts for readability. This post covers work on rewriting the light mapper (Joan Fons Sanchez), a static analyzer for GDScript (Suhas Prasanna), motion matching (Aditya Abhiram) and asynchronous cached file access (Raghav Shankar).
Godot takes part in the Google Summer of Code for the second year, and this time we have 8 students working on awesome features for the engine. They each share their project aim and current progress with a short devlog. This common progress report is split over two blog posts for readability. This post covers work on VCS integration (Twarit Waikar), interactive music (Daniel Matarov), a GDScript language server (Ankit Priyarup) and Visual Script improvements (Swarnim Arun).