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Temechon, September 10, 2015
Posted September 29, 2015
it's twice better !
Yes, I liked it a lot, and it introduces well into BJS - hope there will soon be a version 2.
By the way Temechon? - ARE you working on a follow-up? Where can we request suggest topics?
Awesome, thanks for the feedback guys, you got him a sale!
Also the '2 Davids'(as you call yourself in the course), I love the course and your teaching styles so don't take this as a bad thing
Awww, thank you guys
For the moment, no other chapter planned, but it can change!
Send me your ideas, suggestions, topics, and I'll see what I can do.
Well, for starters: Your part dealing with quaternions was VERY much a live example of the how-to-draw-an-owl kind of explanation.
Would wish there had been a complete chapter with examples how to use quaternions and rotation matrixes as well as matrixes (world and local ones) in general.More Maths / WebGL knowledges, less programming lessons like classes and stuff.
I didn't try to teach quaternion, as it's a complex mathematical structure, and it was not the purpose of this book. Babylon is useful to encapsulate all of this (as it does for WebGl context), and to me it was not really important to know how quaternion worked.
In my opinion, it's not Babylon knowledge, it's mathematical knowledge
Posted October 19, 2015
Hello Temechon!I'm not sure if you're aware but there are few overlapping issues on the book selling page.Here some screenshots:https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B505lE1qEfcmdWRRWWlZczA5QWs/view?usp=sharinghttps://drive.google.com/file/d/0B505lE1qEfcmSGdaS0ZDa0pYS2c/view?usp=sharing
Posted October 20, 2015
Thank you for your feedback! Which resolution are you testing on? I'll fix it quickly.
Edit : And it's fixed!
Hello Temechon,My screen resolution is 1366x768px
I purchased your book today Will leave a feedback once done with reading ;-)
Thank you for your support
Posted January 25, 2016
I started your book last week to prepare a game for an hackaton. I bought the completed version.
I worked with three.js before ,following a lot of book to develop webgl app, and I found your approach great!
Mainly Usefull for newbies of babylon like me!
I started very quickly to developing and creating enviroment.
I want to reccomend this book to anybody would to start with babylon.js and webgl.
after the hackaton I'll share my code on github. You can use like you want
Thanks a lot
Posted April 13, 2016
New to BJS myself and am learning it for work.
Is this ebook updated? How does it compare to the physical paper book - Babylon.js Essentials by Julien Moreau-Mathis?
Posted April 22, 2016
The eBook is totally worth it. It is very well written and covers a lot! Kudos to @Temechon!!
Posted October 17, 2016
Just bought the e-book and source code. Looking forward to reading it! Like others I did have trouble paying via PayPal balance using Chrome but it worked in Firefox.
Posted October 19, 2016
@Techemon is so nicely! He gave it me as a gift! <33 This book is so nice!
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