2D GPU rendering with a tiling atlas. (by treeform)

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  • Nim v2.0 Released
    49 projects | | 1 Aug 2023
    Not by itself! But together with other library boxy you can:

    You should use pixie to load textures, create text, rasterize vector graphic etc... and send them to boxy to be drawn every frame.

    Yes Pixie is CPU only, and just like you can't use Cairo or Skea for real time games you can't use Pixie, but boxy you totally can.

  • How can I add graphics to my nim program?
    10 projects | /r/nim | 4 Jun 2023
  • Simple Gamepad Support
    7 projects | /r/nim | 10 May 2023
    I made it because I really like pixie/boxy/windy combo, but there is no gamepad support built-in.
  • Is Fidget usable for implementation of 3D rendering?
    9 projects | /r/nim | 12 Nov 2022
    The author Fidget actually has a number of other great libraries that are part of the rendering stack. Notably, Pixie for text and shape rendering in 2D, Boxy for rendering textures to the GPU via opengl, and then Windy for an OS window context and user events, and a number of other libraries related to 3D rendering.
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