ep6.1 Basic Unity Javascript Syntax. Unity3D Game Design Tutorial. Part 1 of 2

By | 19th August 2017

ep6.1 Basic Unity Javascript Syntax. Unity3D Game Design Tutorial. Part 1 of 2

This is going to be a 30 minute lecture on some of the very basic syntax of the Unity Javascript language within unity 3d. Don’t forget to also watch part 2.

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20 thoughts on “ep6.1 Basic Unity Javascript Syntax. Unity3D Game Design Tutorial. Part 1 of 2

  1. GMA _GD

    Thank you so much for this helpful tutorial You're the only youtuber I've ever taken notes from while watching like "ramsey say"

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  2. RAMSEY

    You're the only youtuber I've ever taken notes from while watching, I've literally got Google drive up on my other monitor and every time something comes up I'm worried about forgetting I write it down. it makes this half hour lecture into an hour but it works so yeah.

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  3. Ekrei Bravin

    Thank you sooooooo much for making these videos. I have experience coding inside of LSL and im learning Unity now and I know LSL like the back of my hand but I don't understand a-lot when it comes to this. THank you for making this video its helping me understand all the parts I wasn't understanding before.

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  4. Alan Hernandez

    i saw your video on tree house and i was wandering if there is any difference form code in unity and code in tree house 
    I'm learning js

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  5. Cody Kay

    back when he was popular and didn't act popular, miss videos like this

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  6. alfred bryngelsson

    Haha Awesome Tut man! The only problem, You wrote Time.delaTime instead of Time.deltaTime. What i'm trying to say is that you forgot the T lol. I always say LoL after every sentence lol. Like everyone else löl.

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  7. DJ2LOW

    awesome dude! only video youtube that i actually learned scripting from

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  8. Canal 1000

    olha ai galera meu game esta disponível para download em helfsa.xpg.com.br

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  9. Robin Hood

    won a sub from me with this vid 😛 your probably the best out there that i found on learning javascript for unity

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  10. Reroshaggy

    I love that you do these they are helpful, my only critique is you need to do this, in part, on screen. It eliminates issues from bad penmanship, shows how this info will absolutely look like, and also less chance for spelling errors or misunderstandings (deltaTime – misspelled as delaTime).

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  11. Hired GunGames

    In my unreal scripting tutorial I explain a Variable as a name that represents a Object, property, or overall class. Much like in math class Variables are used to represent a single number or a mathematical equation. so to represent a variable you could say
    X(this is my variable) = 7*8(This is what my variable is representing) so what is X? X is 7*8 or 56. So if you have a math equation 7*x =(You need to know what X is, which is 56) so it would actually be 7*56=

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  12. John Hyater

    hello , i have no idea about c++ or any kind of programming can i still jump to Java or c # in order to make game in unity..

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