Available Now: "Getting Started with Warp3D Nova - 3D Graphics Programming Tutorials" Book
Okay, the Warp3D Nova tutorials book is finally done. I've done the final edits, and it's available now for you to buy. I've decided to go for the extra expense of full-colour on the print book. I know it's more expensive, I think that the colour syntax highlighting makes the code easier to understand. So, I think it's worth it.
Either way, for the next 48 hours from when this was posted there will be a special introductory price. After that, the price will go up. So, I suggest you get it now.
Follow the links below:
- Click here for the paperback edition
- Click here for the Kindle edition
- Click here for the PDF edition (new; readable on AmigaOS)
Hopefully they'll go to the same page, but that's in Amazon's control not mine. Either way, now's the time to get it. All the best.
Hans de Ruiter 19/07/2019 1:42am (4 years ago)
I saw the video you created. Nice idea flicking through the book.
kas1e 18/07/2019 11:09am (4 years ago)
Got my hardcopy of book today, quite cool :) Making some facebook post about in amigaos4 group, so maybe some more ppls will be intersted in, and there is some video as well:
Swedish Pete 06/06/2019 9:24pm (4 years ago)
Thank you very much for sorting everything out for me! Seeing that the book is available from Amazon UK, it'll definitely slip into my shopping basket the next time I order stuff from them.
Please keep up all of your amazing work for the AmigaOS community!
Hans de Ruiter 06/06/2019 2:03pm (4 years ago)
I've done my best to go through the code step by step to minimize what you need to know ahead of time.
A basic understanding of computer programming is necessary. Knowing the C language helps, but it's something that you can easily figure out if you've done some programming before.
The book goes through how to use the AmigaOS APIs involved, so you don't need to know anything about that ahead of time (although it certainly helps). Likewise, 3D vector mathematics is helpful, but NOT required. I go through what you need to know in the tutorials.
The biggest thing you need, is believing that you can figure it out, plus a willingness to put in the time and effort to learn.
Swedish Pete 06/06/2019 11:09am (4 years ago)
Hans de Ruiter 30/05/2019 7:32pm (4 years ago)
Sorry about that. I'd already fixed them a few times, so I'm really annoyed that the links still end up broken.
The links are set up to take you to the closest Amazon store. Both versions *are* available on Amazon USA (that's the store I published through). Amazon's systems tend to be slow, so it appears that their search engine hasn't picked up the print version yet. Grrrrr!
Sinan Gurkan 30/05/2019 4:50pm (4 years ago)
Kindle edition link is broken.. Also the link goes to Amazon Italia...The kindle version is not available in Amazon USA.