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DirectX Programming & Techniques Index

This is the main games programming area of the site. It contains many notes on getting started and creating a game with C++ and DirectX. To navigate you can use the drop down menu system above, the Google search or alternatively the click-able site map.

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DirectX Programming & Techniques Index
Beginners Games Programming
Games Programming Graphics
Getting Started Games Programming
DirectX Questions & Answers
The DirectX SDK
DirectX D3DX DLLs
Windows API Programming
Windows API - WinMain
Windows API - WndProc
Windows API - Advanced
Windows API - GDI
Windows API - Sound
Windows API - Resources
Direct3D Setup
Direct3D 2D Elements
Direct3D Textures
Direct3D Sprites
Direct3D Text
Direct3D Graphics Rendering
Direct3D Primitives
Direct3D Flexible Vertex Formats (FVF)
Direct3D Buffers
Direct3D Rendering Steps
Direct3D Z Buffer
Direct3D Matrices
Direct3D Lighting
Direct3D Materials
Direct3D 3D Models
X File Saving
X File Loading
Load X Simply
Load X Hierarchy
XAnimator
XFileEditor
Direct3D States
Direct3D Render States
Direct3D Sampler States
Direct3D Texture States
Direct3D Effects Files
Direct3D Shaders
Vertex Shaders
Pixel Shaders
Direct3D Resources
Graphic Techniques for Games Programming
Collisions
Skybox
Camera
Terrain
Picking
Screen Quad
Solving Invisible Geometry
Direct3D FAQ
DirectX 10
Input
DirectInput
XInput
Raw Input
Video & Music for Games Programming
Sound
XACT
XACT Content Driven
XACT Code Driven
WAVE files
DirectSound
Simple Video Playback
Window Video
Languages
C++ for Games Programming
Visual C++ Macros
Visual C++ Debugger
Patterns for games programming
String Handling
Libraries
C#
Games Programming Techniques
2D Games Programming Techniques
2D & DirectX
2D Games Scrolling
2D Games Animation
Low Level 2D
Colour Formats
Pitch / Stride
Colour Fill
Set Pixel
Blitting
Clipping
64 Bit Development
Terrain Follow
3D Collisions
Games Programming Glossary



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