Previously, in Svelto.ECS, it was possible to query entity components directly as a managed array, which would have resulted in the fastest way to iterate over the components in c#. Since Svelto.ECS 3.0 and because now the framework supports natively native memory as well, I decided to remove this possibilityRead More →

With the approaching third major release, Svelto.ECS internals have been overhauled to support Burst and native memory (among other features that I will discuss in different articles). The idea to support native memory in a c# framework is counter intuitive, but Burst is such an incredible piece of technology thatRead More →

I had two interesting problems to solve during the development of Svelto.ECS, which in short are: Set an implemented property of a struct, but only when the struct implements a specific interface, from a generic method and without casting the struct to the interface Assign an object to a fieldRead More →

Introduction: The Svelto.ECS methods designed to implement ECS based GUIs are simple and powerful, following the fundamental principles around the whole Svelto implementation. Their design doesn’t involve use of callbacks, as it relies on the power of Svelto.Tasks (but you can achieve similar results with other patterns like async/await) andRead More →

After finishing writing my previous article on ECS, I decided that a simple centralized repository of mini-examples would be beneficial for the Svelto users. These new and updated examples are meant to introduce Svelto under a different point of view, in line with the theory I explained in my aforementionedRead More →