Today’s article continues the series by finding all the job-safe APIs in the Unity engine as of 2019.3. We’ll compare against 2019.1 to see what’s new!
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With each new release of Unity, more and more job-safe APIs are added. Today we’ll look at the new ones and learn how we can move even more code into high-performance C# jobs.
Unity 2018.3 brings us even more thread-safe APIs that we can call from the C# job system. Today we’ll look at a systematic way to find them all so we know what’s safe to use and what’s not.
My Job System Tutorial listed many Unity APIs accessible from C# jobs, but the list was incomplete. Today I’ll add on to the list with some newly-released 2018.2 features as well as some powerful 2018.1 features that were left off of the last article. Many of these aren’t documented in Unity’s release notes. Read on to learn more about what you can do with C# jobs!
The new Job System debuted recently in Unity 2018.1 and began the process of changing how virtually all Unity scripts will be written. In conjunction with the forthcoming ECS and Burst compiler, the old
MonoBehaviour-based programming paradigm will eventually be replaced. Today’s article is a tutorial for how to get started learning the new way of writing Unity scripts.