A few more updates

Published 5/16/2009 by createdbyx in Gallery | News | XNA

I have uploaded a few more images to the gallery. I took some pictures of Rocks, Green Algie, and Grey Sand, the pictures can be found under the "Game Art and 3D Modeling Textures" of the gallery.

There is also some pictures of the Old Skeena bridge that connects Terrace to Thornhill. They can be found under the "Places" section of the gallery called "Old Bridge Graphiti May 15, 2009" and "Terrace Mountian and Old Bridge May 15, 2009"

The gallery is running a little slow at the moment and I'm not sure why. It may still be generating thumbnails of the images. There is about 3 or more gigs of images in the gallery and about 3000+ images. If the slow download time persists then I am going to have to take another look at the code. Also you'll notivce that I didn't link directly to the new images in the gallery and that is a feature I have yet to code into the gallery.

I also added a few more project pages.

  • SLPathfindaz utility library - The SLPathfindaz library is intended to provide a easy to use A* pathfinding implementation for xna.
  • XNAVisies debug visualizers - The XNAVisies project is intended to provide debug visualizers for various xna types.
  • xCollectiveXNA library has been updated and Release 2 is now availible. The events are now similar to the standard .NET (sender, eventargs) style. Also the code is now fully commented with xml comments.

There is still alot of work to do getting the site finished, a few theme tweaks here and there, some xna pages are not fiished being written, and a few other things I am going to try to get done in the next couple of weeks.


Screw it

Published 5/1/2009 by createdbyx

I've been procrastinating over uploading this new website for almost two years now and today I just decided to say screw it, and upload it as is, finished or not. A number of xna project pages are not finished being written and there are inevetably going to be problems with the site here and there but it seems for the most part the update went without a hitch.

The new site is powered by BlogEngine.net and allows for much better blogging support then the previous site that I wrote myself. Not to mention new site has search, comments, and a number of custom extentions and user controls that i have made for this site.

Feel free to send input on anything you see on the site and I'll get back to you as soon as I can.


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Name of author Dean Lunz (aka Created by: X)
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