For developers looking to bring their games to Linux officially, DXVK Native can be a good option to help reduce the time and complexity involved in doing so.
SDL2 is the cross-platform development library for low-level access to audio, keyboard, mouse, joystick, and graphics hardware has a big new release out with SDL 2.0.16.
The XR (VR/AR) space continues to evolve and one of the promising projects there is called StereoKit, an open source mixed reality library and a new release is out now adding in Linux support.
SDL 2 is the magnificent bit of cross-platform development open source tech that gives developers access to audio, keyboard, mouse, joystick, and graphics hardware.
For developers who are building all sorts of software, you now have another choice to get them running on Linux with the release of Uno Platform 3.1.
As another win for both open standards and modern graphics APIs, the classic and continually improving open source graphics rendering engine OGRE will get Vulkan support in the upcoming 2.3 release.
LEd is a very interesting project to follow for both game developers and people looking to get into it, a new free level editor with a firm aim on being user friendly.
GameNetworkingSockets is just one in a list of open source projects worked on by Valve developers, and this doesn't even require Steam so developers can use it anywhere.
A big day for the FNA project, as they've released a massive new release which pulls in FNA3D, the new modern and much more advanced 3D graphics library for FNA.
LunarG have today, August 4 2020, released a new and enhanced version of their Vulkan SDK (software development kit).
Game porter and software developer Ethan Lee announced the 20.08 releases of both of FNA and FAudio, as work continues on the newer FNA3D.
NoiseTorch is another recent discovery that can help you remove background noise in real-time while recording with a microphone on Linux.
This might be quite big news! Flutter, the UI toolkit from Google that's used in tens of thousands of Android applications is coming to the desktop. Google and Canonical have announced their push for Linux too.
FNA3D, the upcoming advanced graphics library for FNA has reached a new milestone on the way to full Vulkan support.
LunarG has released an updated version of their Vulkan SDK with version 1.2.141 out and it includes some new toys to help developers support Vulkan in their games and apps.
Today Epic Games released to huge bits of news for game developers, and hopefully for gamers everywhere to get a little excited about.
AMD have given their GPUOpen website, a place that hosts various resources for game developers with open source and open standards at its heart, a new look.
VibranceGUI, a program on Windows that adjusts the colouring of your games as it's sent to your screen is quite popular and there's a similar project available for Linux. Now it's also not just for NVIDIA.
Over the last year or two more and more toolkits, debuggers and all sorts of handy applications for developers have expanded their Linux support and now NVIDIA are doing the same with NVIDIA Nsight Graphics 2020.2.
SDL 2 (Simple DirectMedia Layer) is the go-to solution for many developers doing cross-platform work, providing an API to hook into audio, keyboard, mouse, joystick, and graphics hardware across various platforms and a big new release is out.
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