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Old 05-07-2006, 10:38 AM
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As the topic says, Any1 know any good tutorials / books for MDX? (in VB.net ofc).

I've been doin some basic 2D animations and games in MDX, I've just started with 3D and I learn from looking on other peoples projects. Which is quite hard

I've been googling after a good tutorial without progress, So do any of you guys know a descent way for me to learn more?
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Old 05-08-2006, 10:24 PM
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As the topic says, Any1 know any good tutorials / books for MDX? (in VB.net ofc).

I learn from looking on other peoples projects. Which is quite hard
There'a a lot of managed DirectX9 code in C# out there --including tutorials like:
http://www.mdxinfo.com/tutorials.php

However, didn't find much significant VB.Net DirectX9 stuff.
Here's a few links I found (after a few minutes of Googling):
http://www.thezbuffer.com/categories/tutorials.aspx
http://www.thezbuffer.com/articles/315.aspx
http://www.createdbyx.com/Default.as...d=MDX9Examples

You might also want to "hang out" by MSDN's Coding4Fun portal to see what you can pick up there..

Note: Studying other people's working examples can be "quite hard" , but is generally much more valuable than reading a tutorial because there's always a bunch of "Oh, and I forgot to mention.." stuff that seems to surface in the working code that the tutorials either glossed over or left out of the tutorials for the sake of "clarity" (brevity).

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Old 05-08-2006, 10:45 PM
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Coding4Fun has a lot of interesting stuff; one cool thing is game called Rocket Commander (www.rocketcommander.com), you can download the C# sourcecode and check out how they did the sweet shader effects.
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