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The Unity project is divided in two main folders:
 
The Unity project is divided in two main folders:
  
* '''Core:''' This folder contains the source files of the Go server and the source files of the core C# elements that allow a Unity-based game to communicate with the Go server via the REST-based API provided by the kit.
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* '''Core:''' This folder contains the source files of the Go server and the core C# source files that allow a Unity-based game to communicate with the Go server via the REST-based API provided by the kit.
 
* '''Demo:''' This folder contains the source files of the C# game client demo. It is intended as a practical example of how a game client that uses the kit would look like; in the real world, you will replace/modify this as needed by your game.
 
* '''Demo:''' This folder contains the source files of the C# game client demo. It is intended as a practical example of how a game client that uses the kit would look like; in the real world, you will replace/modify this as needed by your game.
  

Revision as of 05:25, 9 February 2021

Introduction

The Unity project is divided in two main folders:

  • Core: This folder contains the source files of the Go server and the core C# source files that allow a Unity-based game to communicate with the Go server via the REST-based API provided by the kit.
  • Demo: This folder contains the source files of the C# game client demo. It is intended as a practical example of how a game client that uses the kit would look like; in the real world, you will replace/modify this as needed by your game.

Let's go over these folders in more detail now.

Core

Demo