…Previously on Unity Tricks: Making an inspector from any ScriptableObject… This week’s tip is pretty simple, and fairly esoteric. It’s not something you’ll need to use every day, but it is pretty cool, and who knows, maybe one day you’ll suddenly find you need it. Today we’re going to make a C# delegate out of thin..
Over the course of development, I’m constantly finding cool features of Unity and c# that I never new existed. I’ve found some that are really useful, so I’m going to start sharing them regularly here. This week’s requires some prior knowledge. Definitely read up on ScriptableObjects and custom editors if you are unfamiliar. Without further ado:
Awesome news! The latest version of Methodical is live on the Unity Asset Store. What’s new? Variable assignment! The ability to work with static classes and members! If you already have Methodical, this is an absolute must update, these two features are super helpful. If you haven’t bought it yet, now is the perfect time!..
Version 1.2.1 of Methodical was just submitted to the asset store! What does that mean? Brand-shiny-new goodness like support for static variables and the assignment operator! I can’t wait for you all to get your hands on it. Watch this space, or my Twitter, I’ll let you know the second it gets released!
[toc]I recently uploaded Methodical, our first submission to the Unity Asset Store. During this process I found that complete documentation was hard to find. Now that I have gone through the process and understand better how submitting an asset to the Asset Store works I thought I would attempt to put together a more complete guide covering from start..