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Scripting: Getting Your Feet Wet

  • Sue Blackman

Abstract

The heart of interactivity is scripting. In Unity, everything needs to be scripted. Fortunately, there are ready-made scripts from a multitude of sources. Unity ships with a large collection of useful scripts to get you up and running. The Help section is full of examples and snippets of script; it also includes a full Scripting section. The Unity3D Wiki, Unity Forum, and Unity Answers are other good sources. Another useful place to find what you need is in the tutorials that you can download from the Unity web site. Most of the tutorial resources do a very good job of explaining what the code does. Note that while Unity scripts can be written in JavaScript, C#, and Boo, most official Unity tutorials and help examples are written in JavaScript, so I will follow suit in this book.

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© Sue Blackman 2011

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