Learn the Vulkan API with C++

Learn the Vulkan API with C++
  • Good understanding of C++
  • Graphics Theory knowledge (not mandatory but will make things significantly easier!)
  • Visual Studio and Windows are advised, however the code and theory are relevant to Mac/Linux systems, you just won’t be able to follow along 1-to-1 with IDE use!


Learn one of the hottest new Graphics APIs in the industry!

The Vulkan API was released in 2016 as the high-performance successor to OpenGL, and is already used in a wide range of modern graphical applications, including video games such as Doom Eternal, Red Dead Redemption 2, and Rainbow Six: Siege.

If you’re looking for the most modern, high-quality graphics, then look no further than Vulkan!

The Vulkan API is very new when compared to most graphics APIs out there, and so there aren’t yet that many in-depth tutorials to help you learn it. I hope to fix that with this course!

In this course, you will learn how to set up and use a Vulkan application, as well as implement several key features exclusive to Vulkan itself, such as Descriptor Sets, Push Constants, and Subpasses. Each aspect is explained in great amounts of detail, to ensure you really understand what all the parts mean, and how they all connect together.

I want to help you learn. If you still don’t understand something after a lesson, then you just have to let me know! If something didn’t make sense, or you just want clarification on a subject, I’ll try my best to give you a more detailed insight into those intricacies, and ensure you have a proper understanding of Vulkan.

It is my goal, that when you finally finish the course, you will have enough knowledge of Vulkan to create your own Vulkan applications, and eventually gain enough experience to design the graphical applications you have only dreamed of!

Who this course is for:

  • People who know a bit about graphics and want to learn the latest cutting-edge graphics API.



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