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GeneralRe: DirectX/XNA Phase Out Continues PinmemberLloyd Atkinson31-Jan-13 14:06 
GeneralRe: DirectX/XNA Phase Out Continues Pinmemberwout de zeeuw1-Feb-13 1:11 
GeneralRe: DirectX/XNA Phase Out Continues PinmemberSuper Lloyd4-Feb-13 20:38 
GeneralRe: DirectX/XNA Phase Out Continues PinmemberWong Shao Voon4-Feb-13 23:44 
I am writing a multi-discipline article for quite some time. I was using OpenGL at first, later changed to XNA so that I did not have to write my own 3D model importer; On hindsight, I should have sticked with OpenGL, One good side-effect OpenGL has to offer, is that I can easily port my code to WebGL (if browser support) where my users can watch the preview before they click OK to make video on the server.
NewsThe sound of the dialup, pictured PinstaffTerrence Dorsey31-Jan-13 10:42 
NewsHow to Build a Raspberry Pi File Server PinstaffTerrence Dorsey31-Jan-13 10:42 
NewsThe PNG image file format is now more popular than GIF PinstaffTerrence Dorsey31-Jan-13 10:41 
GeneralRe: The PNG image file format is now more popular than GIF PinmemberLloyd Atkinson31-Jan-13 11:15 
NewsBlackBerry Z10 performance preview: Same Snapdragon, different OS PinstaffTerrence Dorsey31-Jan-13 10:41 
NewsChinese Hackers Infiltrate New York Times Computers PinstaffTerrence Dorsey31-Jan-13 10:41 

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