15 packages returned for Tags:"gles"

Runs OpenGL ES content on Windows by translating OpenGL ES API calls to DirectX 11 API calls. Targets Universal Windows 10 apps (UWP). See 'ANGLE.WindowsStore.win81' for 8.1 apps.
Modern OpenGL bindings for C#. It supports OpenGL 4.6 and OpenGL ES 3.2 with relative extensions, OpenGL for Windows (WGL) with relative extensions, OpenGL for X11 1.4 (XGL) with relative extensions, Native Platform Interface 1.5 (EGL) with relative extensions, Broadcom VideoCore IV (Raspberry PI... More information
Emotion is a cross-platform game engine written in C#, with the intent of removing overhead and providing abstraction without sacrificing control. The idea is, to make game development about game development and not about engine or low-level backend development, but allowing those who want to do... More information
Runs OpenGL ES content on Windows by translating OpenGL ES API calls to DirectX 11 API calls. Targets Universal Windows 10 apps (UWP). See 'ANGLE.WindowsStore' for non-ARM64 apps.
Modern OpenGL bindings for C#. It supports OpenGL 4.6 with relative extensions, OpenGL for Windows (WGL) with relative extensions, OpenGL for X11 1.4 (XGL) with relative extensions, Native Platform Interface 1.5 (EGL) with relative extensions, Broadcom VideoCore IV (Raspberry PI 2). Specifications... More information
Modern OpenGL bindings for C#. It supports OpenGL 4.6 with relative extensions, OpenGL for Windows (WGL) with relative extensions, OpenGL for X11 1.4 (XGL) with relative extensions, Native Platform Interface 1.5 (EGL) with relative extensions, Broadcom VideoCore IV (Raspberry PI 2). Specifications... More information
Adfectus is a cross-platform game engine written in C# using .NetCore, with the intent of abstracting the lower levels of game programming, without taking away control from the developer. The core principle is that making games as a programmer should be about coding, and not about drag and drop... More information
Adfectus is a cross-platform game engine written in C# using .NetCore, with the intent of abstracting the lower levels of game programming, without taking away control from the developer. The core principle is that making games as a programmer should be about coding, and not about drag and drop... More information