Month: March 2014

WD MyBook Live vs Raspberry Pi as a Linux Server

I've spent a lot of time in the last few months playing around with low power Linux based devices. As power becomes more expensive, and computers push out more heat and noise I find myself looking for ways to enjoy the comforts of always-on-service without paying the heat and noise toll. In this article I … Continue reading WD MyBook Live vs Raspberry Pi as a Linux Server


CryEngine 3 System Event Dispatcher

Earlier this week I wrote about CryEngine listener classes in a brief overview. I intimated that they are an excellent way to write code against the CryEngine SDK and today I want to go into more depth. I briefly covered the 40 odd listeners that I was able to locate in my article Introducing CryEngine … Continue reading CryEngine 3 System Event Dispatcher

Introducing CryEngine 3 Event Listeners

In this article I will introduce you to event handling within CryEngine 3 and give a brief overview of the many listeners you can utilise within your project. Learning the CryEngine code can be daunting at first. It's large, non-trivial and complex. Approximately 220,000 lines of C++ are provided with the CryEngine FreeSDK, and much … Continue reading Introducing CryEngine 3 Event Listeners