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Unit Testing Code That Uses the Unity Engine: Part 2

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Last week’s article showed a technique that you can use to abstract the Unity engine so that you can test code that uses it. Today’s article presents another technique that allows you to remove this abstraction layer so your game code is faster and more natural. Read on to learn how!

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Tutorial: Using F# with Unity3D

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One of the advantages of Unity using Mono and IL2CPP as scripting engines is that any .NET language can be used to code your game or app. Today I’ll show an example of that in the form of F#. How do you go about using an unofficially supported language like this? Read on to for the step-by-step tutorial!

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Guide to Using DLLs in Unity

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Today’s article guides you through the necessary steps to create, use, and debug a .NET DLL in Unity. These can help you modularize your code into libraries that can be imported as a single file by the users of your library. They’re especially useful when utilizing the “pure code” approach to code design as you can easily break up a Unity app’s monolithic structure into reusable components. So read on to learn how to use DLLs in Unity!

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How To Use C# Events In Unity DLLs

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DLLs—like SWCs in Flash—are an extremely handy way to build your code into reusable modules. Unfortunately, Unity has some quirks that can lead to crashes on iOS and other environments that don’t support JIT compilation. The biggest problem that crops up is when you try to use C# events in a DLL. Today’s article investigates why and where the problem occurs and presents a simple solution to work around the problem. Read on to learn how to safely use C# events in Unity DLLs!

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