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This brings us to the current edition — the seventh. Having gone through many aborigines are said to have a ternary number system: Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later. What my tutorials cover is graphics programming. Ramnex OpenGL 2. But … It was indeed unfortunate to find that the current authors and publisher continued to follow the habits of previous authors and publishers of walking away from what I view as their responsibility to their readership:
It is still available at Amazon. Shedding more than pages from the fourth edition, the fifth edition still weighs in at over a thousand pages.
Again, the planet theme makes an appearance, this time with Mars taking the feature spot, and again, the image is produced with the same software that created the Earth image for the fourth edition. The sixth edition was a big overhaul corresponding to the major jump to OpenGL 4.
Introducing compute shaders, tessellation, writable images and a host of other advanced techniques, we trimmed material the printed manual pages and extensively revised theexample code to bring the content up to date.
Featuring our next planet, Jupiter, the cover image was again generated using OpenGL. But it is pointed in a different direction. And graphics programmers deal with lighting a lot. They deal with positioning a lot.
They deal with textures a lot. And so on. So I spend a lot more time on graphics theory than the Superbible. So I would like to think the difference is this.
Learning something in detail is very important to me, and the two sources should complement each other. That is sad, and with the bad service you get from the rest of it, I feel a little bad for buying it.
Superbible 5th Edition vs a Free Tutorial? Basic Coding. Ramnex I will write my impressions of both as best as I can. Kopelrativ The Superbible includes a copy of the OpenGL specification, which adds a lot of pages.
The reorganization of the sample code is a good step forward. There is less dependence on mysterious libraries. Face up to it: Having gone through many aborigines are said to have a ternary number system: In that sense, I find the Superbible to be an essential learning aid.
But … It was indeed unfortunate to find that the current authors and publisher continued to follow the habits of previous authors and publishers of walking away from what I view as their responsibility to their readership: Others have complained about the quality of the black and white illustrations. They were correct: The majority of the current authors are experienced authors.
I made it a point to deduce, by one means or another, the project name from the text or code if the project name was not explicitly mentioned which was the usual case. There are no errata on the web site. Moreover, there is no mechanism for submitting errata.
The code I downloaded dated November built on Visual Studio successfully. All but a few projects executed without error. I found the distribution for VS available on GitHub to be useless: Apparently the last person to build it built it with VS I considered submitting an issue, but got discouraged when I saw that the last commits were made seven or eight months ago.
Not so. I searched for but could not find an OpenGL Superbible forum. The best I could find was the general OpenGL forum.
Apparently the authors have better things to do. A one-star deduction would not have been enough. I would be glad to improve my rating if the authors or even someone else would step up to addressing them.