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Is there any sample project for practise of SBP/ custom Resource provider / customize Addressables?

Discussion in 'Addressables' started by NoobCoderFake, Feb 1, 2019.

  1. NoobCoderFake

    NoobCoderFake

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    I've spend one or two days on AddressableAssets, yet I still don't know how to impletements my own Custom Resources Provider, and I even don't know how many kind of customize I could do in this system. maybe a example project just like https://github.com/Unity-Technologies/EntityComponentSystemSamples is much better for learn.
     
  2. tswierkot

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  3. unity_bill

    unity_bill

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    agreed that is much better. We have one in progress. At first it'll just show simple cases, but we will continue to grow it. Expect to see it announced on the release thread sometime in the next several weeks, with additions to follow.

    -Bill
     
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  4. NoobCoderFake

    NoobCoderFake

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    Thanks very much, you're a very nice person. It's good to know this infrormation you post.