Welcome to Vulkan!
Welcome to LearnVulkan, a full education platform for the graphics programming API known as Vulkan. Whether you're a beginning or a seasoned graphics programmer, Learn Vulkan will walk you through each and every step of making pixels dance using the latest, fastest and meanest graphics API out there. You will not only learn the ins and outs of graphics programming, you'll get to understand the actual tools the big boys play with.
The focus of these tutorials is to keep things as simple as it can be. Vulkan is an incredibly difficult API, but I'll aim to make things a little bit more approachable. These tutorials take a step-by-step approach, provide full code samples, have plenty of meaningful diagrams, and try to explain everything in a practical fashion. If something's not entirely clear, feel free to comment below the tutorial and I or any of the other readers are likely to help you out.
In addition to the online book, you'll find a series of guest articles written by experienced Vulkan graphics programmers and readers just like you. They're here to give additional insight in the Vulkan API and help you see things from a different perspective. Be sure to thank the guest author if you've found the article a great read.
Update: I've been quite busy the last couple of months on an interesting indie project which has taken up most of my spare time and it's likely this'll remain for a while. This means LearnVulkan is currently on hold until I finish the indie project. I'll get back to it eventually, but can't make any promises as to when.
#Learn Vulkan, 1st ed.
These tutorials are part of Learn Vulkan, a full book on everything Vulkan in both physical and digital formats. This means a higher degree of professionalism, an actual printable version of all content and a more sustainable revenue model for me as an author. Most of the book (and all post-release articles) will be available online for free, with only the more final sections solely available in the book.
#Work in progress
The book is not finished (as is evident by the small number of articles live yet)
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