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Beginner’s Guide to Editor Scripting in Unity | Simpliv

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Beginner’s Guide to Editor Scripting in Unity | Simpliv

Time: May 16, 2018 at 6am to May 16, 2019 at 7pm
Location: Online Courses
Street: Online Courses
City/Town: CA
Website or Map: https://www.simpliv.com/devel…
Phone: 510-849-6155
Event Type: beginner’s, guide, to, editor, scripting, in, unity
Organized By: simpliv
Latest Activity: May 16

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This course will teach you how to maximize your potential using the Unity editor. By using the techniques taught in this course, you will speed up your development time and customize your Unity workflow. You will learn how to make Unity user friendly to your preferences, techniques, and workflows.

First, we will look at some built-in options Unity gives developers for customizing the editor. We will learn how to customize window layout, console output, and more. Next, we will look at how to use editor scripting to our advantage. Unity allows us to customize and extend the functionality of the editor by writing C# code. The final topic we will look at is customizing the inspector. This will give us the ability to edit and modify our game objects in the scene.

By the end of this course you will have a well-rounded knowledge of how to customize each of these areas of Unity. The result will be a more efficient and effective development process allowing you to get more quality work done in less time.

Click here To join us for more information: https://www.simpliv.com/developmenttool/beginners-guide-to-editor-scripting-in-unity

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