Learning Ink + Unity
Welcome to the online, open-source textbook Learning Ink + Unity!
This book is designed for those who may not have used Ink, Unity, or any other programming language or engine before with the goal to get you started on creating projects.
It doesn't cover everything, but it should be enough to start making things and preparing the way to move on to more advanced projects.
How do I read this?
This book was written in Markdown and designed to be read on GitHub (where it is also hosted).
A future HTML version is planned, but the current design is for reading it as generated on GitHub through clicking on the chapter links below.
Table of Contents
- Chapter 1: C#: Variables, Data Types, and Collections
- Chapter 2: C#: Classes
- Chapter 3: C#: Object-Oriented Programming
- Chapter 4: C#: Operators
- Chapter 5: Unity: Terms and Concepts
- Chapter 6: Unity: Scripting Basics
- Chapter 7: Unity: Windows, Views, and Tools
Using Plugins and Libraries
Building an Ink-Based UI in Unity
- Chapter 10: Unity UI: Introducing Canvas and Text
- Chapter 11: Unity UI: Buttons and User Input
- Chapter 12: Unity UI: User Events and Dynamic Story Loading
Organizing and Optimizing
- Chapter 13: Ink: Selective Output and Story Organization
- Chapter 14: Unity: Organizing Project Files
- Chapter 15: Unity UI: Integrating Line Breaks and Rich Text Support
Advanced Ink Story API Usage
- Chapter 16: Ink + Unity: Accessing and Observing Ink Variables
- Chapter 17: Ink + Unity: Calling Ink Functions
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Text and Images
The text and images of this book are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. When using the text or screenshots of this book for academic purposes, please use the following (APA) citation:
Cox, D. (2020). Learning Ink + Unity. GitHub repository. https://github.com/videlais/learning-ink-unity
All code examples are released under a Public Domain (CC0 1.0 Universal) license. You are free to use them for any commercial, hobby, or educational purpose without citation, attribution, or acknowledgement. Go and create freely!
Inky and Ink
Inky and ink, along with its code and logos, are released under the MIT license.