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A paint app for my iPad where I can micromanage the UX
I finally figured out my iPad glitch problems - turns out I was using 16-bit precision in a shader to do my vertex transformation, and my vertex coords for drawing brush strokes are just pixel coords into the artwork. When they got big, like x >= 2000, it was losing some precision, I guess in the matrix transformation. I switched it to use 32-bit floats and now it looks pretty consistent (fingers crossed), as you can see from my lovely screenshot.
Still having some crashes though, so I turned on the 40-minute debug cloud builds (sad face) to try and figure that out. I also made a quick gallery scene so you can set your screen size, and did a save-to-photos button that pulls the data off the GPU and saves to a PNG.
UniRx lets you have reactive properties, so essentially a variable that sends events whenever you change it. So you can hook up your UI to your variables and vice versa, and then you don't have to worry about keeping UI in sync with your model. It can do a lot of other things too like throttling/debouncing; I'm still trying to wrap my head around the extent of it. Even if all I get out of it is the reactive properties though, I think it still would be really valuable to me.