Thank you, sir, for such a fine library! I am a vb6 hobby game programmer and was trying to transition to C# for my third game. A friend at BlitWise recommended RayLib and I gave it a shot. I really like C thus far and Raylib has begun to make 3D accessible for me (and looks much better than my 'layered transparency' approach I was taking in vb6 for my 'dungeon view'). Certainly I am struggling with many things: some C related, and some related to utilizing RayLib. I try always to figure things out on my own but I am wondering if you accept specific questions and if so what is your preferred method of receiving them? Thanks!
Thanks for trying raylib! Hope you enjoy it! raylib v1.8 is a bit outdated (6 months old) but I'm about to publish raylib 2.0 with lots of improvements!
I'm always open to questions and ready to help, in www.raylib.com top-right corner there is a bunch of network options to connect and ask for help, lately the most active one for quick questions is Discord server but for more elaborated questions I personally prefer raylib forum. You can also write me directly to ray[at]raylib.com if required.
Keep me updated with your projects! :)
Thanks! I am certainly loving it so far and actually making some progress. Knowing where to reach out for help if I get really stuck will hopefully keep me from the constant temptation to just go back and double-click that vb6 icon. :)
Keep up the awesome work and looking forward to 2.0!
Is 2.0 going to have networking ?? :D