menu-controller VS 2021-object-pool

Compare menu-controller vs 2021-object-pool and see what are their differences.


Learn how to use a Stack to manage your UI Pages. Create pages that have configurable entry/exit animations, sounds, and actions. This is the base framework I've been using for over 6 years in my own projects and find it to be highly reliable, scalable, and still easy to use. (by llamacademy)


Get an in-depth overview of the most commonly needed functionality of the Unity Object Pooling API introduced in the 2021 version of the Unity Editor. (by llamacademy)
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menu-controller 2021-object-pool
1 2
11 9
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0.0 0.0
4 months ago about 1 year ago
C# C#
MIT License MIT License
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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.


Posts with mentions or reviews of 2021-object-pool. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects.

We haven't tracked posts mentioning 2021-object-pool yet.
Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.

What are some alternatives?

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ai-series-part-14 - Project corresponding to AI Series Part 14 where we implement Baking NavMesh at Runtime around the Player, instead of baking on the entire scene

ai-series-part-14.5 - Project used in the AI Series Part 14.5 Unity Tutorial where I show how to approach optimizing code, using our runtime navmesh generation as the optimization target

ai-series-part-31 - learn how to show a path to a specific target without using a NavMeshAgent. We'll calculate the path on a NavMesh from the player's current location (controlled via a Third Person Controller) to the target location, and show that with a LineRenderer. The path calculation has a few knobs to turn, how high above the NavMesh to draw the line and how frequently to recalculate the path.