The Top 173 Vulkan Open Source Projects.
There are also low-level wrappers that just present a nice Rust-y but unsafe version of the same system: winapi and d3d12-rs for DirectX, metal-rs for Metal, gl-rs for OpenGL, and ash for Vulkan. As you can see, the cross-platform API’s seem to have more people making higher-level crates on top of them, as well as cooler names. This is probably so we Rustaceans can play around with neat.
What about Vulkan? Hi there! Are there any plans concerning the new Vulkan API (still unreleased AFAIK)? I guess it would be useful to have some crate with raw bindings and maybe another one like glium that makes the API a bit more rusty and safe. But as I heard the Vulkan API will be much more low level and therefore requires much more code to be written. I guess it's not designed to be used.
Tutorial 5: A Textured Cube. About UV coordinates; Loading .BMP images yourself; Using the texture in OpenGL; What is filtering and mipmapping, and how to use them. Linear filtering; Anisotropic filtering; Mipmaps; How to load texture with GLFW; Compressed Textures. Creating compressed textures; Using the compressed texture; Inversing the UVs; Conclusion; Exercices; References; In this.
Vulkan Graphics API: in 20 Minutes is short, no-nonsense, introduction to the Vulkan graphics API. Though the title of the book says “20 minutes,” I believe I spent somewhere between 1 and 2 hours to finish it (though I admittedly read pretty slow). This is the type of book I wish there were more of: something short and sweet as a brief intro to get your feet wet. I feel many programming.
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