Awesome! Well done
I’m trying to get started with Defold again and this looks super promising! Thanks for making these videos!
You are on a roll! Love these
Thank you for making these awesome videos.
Thank you for all of this content!
At first, thank you for those tutorials. Usually, i’m not fond of video format as i prefer to read, but you belong to the little circle where this format brings something more than pure text.
If you post transcriptions, i can translate them to french, if you want.
Thank you so much! I will try to put transcriptions to every video gradually, perhaps I will also find time to make tutorials in a written form out of those videos
Hi Pawel, great to see this series continuing… There’s just one thing:
IN-EDITOR POP-UP DOCUMENTATION!
You showed this at 9:43 in your video, but it’s not in my editor at all! I’ve tried both the latest stable release 1.6.0 and the 1.6.1 beta on both Mac and Windows, and it’s not happening for me.
This is such a great feature as it really helps with the learning process, and it was one of the things that put me off Defold a bit when I first looked at it a few years ago, before deciding on Godot. Now I’m wanting to give Defold another go, I’d really love to get this working.
Is it a Linux only feature?
We talked under YT video, but for it to be here: it’s enabled with
Space shortcut Let me know, if it is working for you
Yes, it’s working great!
Thank you for replying here too Pawel, and apologies for cross-posting! But I thought it might be good to highlight this feature here too, and I’m sure a lot of people might find helpful.
Platformer Tutorial for has now a repository on Github!
Each commit is regarding each part of the video series and next part is in production now
Part 4 of the Platformer Tutorial where we implement jumping mechanics and learn how to debug!
I learn so much and so fast by following your tutorials and redoing them step by step.
Thank you for all this.