When working with the OpenGL API, having access to the reference pages is a must. Accessing them through the browser on your phone or tablet is not ideal. The pages are not mobile friendly and the embedded math renders poorly due to lack of MathML support in common browsers.
This app attempts to fix this problem by bundling optimized versions of the OpenGL ES reference pages into a single downloadable package with the following benefits:
- Quick offline access to the OpenGL ES reference pages
- Correct math rendering using MathJax
- Optimized layouts for tablets and phones
- Table of contents in a sidebar
- Search functionality
The full reference manuals for OpenGL ES 1.1 and OpenGL ES 2.0 are provided for free.
OpenGL ES 3.0, GL Shading Language and EGL 1.4 reference manuals can be unlocked with an in-app purchase, which supports the development of this app!
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This is not an extensive database, just a reference light-enough to stay on your phone, and a few Quiz to make learning more fun.
1.7 - added Prefecture Quiz, fix Region Quiz
***Note: Samsung Galaxy S not supported***
This is the lite, beta and demo version.
Most Nickel-Iron is of extraterrestrial origin, in the form of meteorites. Hundreds of meteors fall toward earth every day, most of them burn up in the atmosphere, but this time... they won't.
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How to Play the Game:
* touch or click where you want you missile fired, be sure to anticipate asteroids!
* at most 3 missiles can be in flight, one per active base
* destroying asteroids increases your "+" bonus, which is added to each kill score
* if a base is destroyed, you can repair it by clicking/touching it (at a cost in bonus)
* each asteroids that hits the ground reduces your population and bonus
* if you lose all your bases or your population reaches zero, you've lost