Shaders 101

  • Brian Danchilla


In this chapter, we will be covering the GL Shading Language (GLSL) in depth. Topics that we will cover include
  • an overview of the WebGL graphics pipeline

  • the difference between fixed functionality and modern-day programmable shaders

  • the role of vertex shaders and fragment shaders within the GLSL

  • how to create and use shaders within a WebGL application

  • a detailed overview of the GLSL including its primitive types and built-in functions

  • examples of procedural fragment shaders


Graphic Processing Unit Application Programming Interface Primitive Type Incidence Vector Void Main 
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